Racine Man who Admitted to Killing to Friend on Facebook Found Guilty
Jacob Rogers was found guilty in Racine on Thursday for killing his friend Andrew Lee Jones.
He was found guilty of First Degree Intentional Homicide and Felon Possession of Firearm.
In March of 2015, social media played a big role in the case of Jacob Rogers.
While on the run from police, Rogers was actually posting on Facebook about killing Jones.
For example, in one post he admitted to the murder saying "there's the truth I did it."
However, while he was doing that Racine Police were monitoring him online.
The RPD were keeping an eye on him using a program called SnapTrends.