FACEBOOK TIFF | Quarrel in Harford Co. over 'Ladies Night' post
BEL AIR, Md. (WBFF) - A glitzy post by a local Sheriff's Office caused an argument that led to a state delegate blocking the sheriff's wife on Facebook.
Del. Glen Glass, who represents Harford County, took issue with the tone of a post by Harford County Sheriff Jeff Gahler that was labeled "Ladies' Night" and featured mugshots of women with outstanding warrants.
"It looked to me like it was humiliating and making women look bad, making all women look bad," Glass told FOX45's John Rydell. "They may need drug treatment. They may need drug training."
Glass posted a message on the sheriff's page, calling the message distasteful and recommending it be deleted.
Gahler's wife took offense to Glass' post, so, on the sheriff's page, she wrote that Glass preferred that wanted women not be pressured to turn themselves in.
Gahler told FOX45 that Glass then blocked Gahler's wife on Glass' Facebook page, which Gahler thought was not "professional" for an elected official.
Glass said it was his personal Facebook page.