Good advice after what we uncovered in an affidavit filed with a Richmond County judge.
We previously told you about police finding the body of Dr. Charles Mann in a South Augusta creek. Investigators said Glenn Riggs strangled the doctor. He faces murder charges.
According to the affidavit, Mann and Riggs had communicated online and had arranged a meeting. What Mann didn't know, according to the document, was that Riggs had intents of robbing him.
The affidavit also describes a message the suspect allegedly sent to a friend over social media, that read, "I'm really gone for a long time...I killed a man...and the law is on to me."
The document was filed by a Richmond County investigator to obtain a search warrant for Riggs' computer. Deputies aren't commenting on the specifics of the case, but said online meetings resulting in a more sinister crime are becoming more common.
"I spent six years working electronic crimes and in a number of cases where people have basically been victimized," added McDaniel.