One Nebraska man's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge not only spread awareness of Lou Gehrig's disease ... it also landed him in jail. Jesean Morris, 20, was wanted for a parole violation when he posted his challenge online.
It was eventually taken down -- but not before a Facebook friend saw the video and tipped off police to Morris's exact location. A police spokesman told Omaha.com, "They were given a specific house [by the tipster.]"
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Morris didn't seem nearly as eager to get into a police cruiser as he did about getting ice water dumped on his head. Apparently he gave police a false name, kicked out the safety partition in the vehicle, and spat in an officer's face.
Morris had been on parole since March when he was released after serving a sentence on a 2010 conviction for attempted second degree assault using a firearm. He's back in jail on the warrant as well as suspicion of criminal impersonation, resisting arrest, and assaulting an officer.
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