Wanted woman Valmay Exton has challenged police on Facebook by posting 'They don't scare me 1 bit'. Photo: contributed.
Wanted woman Valmay Exton has challenged police on Facebook by posting 'They don't scare me 1 bit'. Photo: contributed. Photo: contributed

Wanted woman's challenge to police: “They don’t scare me”

A WOMAN who has an outstanding warrant has challenged Richmond LAC police after they posted about her on their Facebook page by replying "They don't scare me 1 bit".

Just after 10am, police posted details about Valmay Exton, who has an outstanding warrant in relation to a traffic matter.

"Police are requesting your assistance in locating Valmay Exton who has an outstanding warrant for a traffic offence," police posted.

"Ms Exton is 31-years-old and described as Aboriginal,162cm tall, with a solid build and red/brown hair.

"She is known to frequent Woodburn, Casino, Goonellabah.

"If you have any information into her whereabouts please contact your local police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000."

Within minutes Ms Exton must have been alerted to the Facebook post and she replied "And I haven't even got brown hair I got red hair."

Warrant Offender - Valmay EXTONPolice are requesting your assistance in locating Valmay EXTON who has an outstanding...

Posted by Richmond LAC - NSW Police Force on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

When Damo Robinson criticised police about posting on Facebook about a traffic warrant, Ms Exton quickly replied: "True Damo."

When Debra Tracey commented "Hi Valmay, nice pic.. One warrant? Does that warrant a Pic?" Ms Exton responded by posting "What you on about Debra Tracey".

Then she again responded to Damo Robinson by posting "Aye Damo Robinson if they criminal I'll show criminal".

Cherrie Lovejoy suggested Ms Exton go to court and pay her fines and the warrant will no longer exist.

"Cherrie Mouthing off cause she lives her hole up the coast," Ms Exton replied.

Finally she challenged police by posting "They don't scare me 1 bit".

Police said they are aware of Ms Exton's comments.



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