$5000 reward in case of Houston Snapchat shooter

They're knuckleheads who just won't get the message. Once you endanger the public and post it on social media, you've given the cops all the evidence they need to track you down.

Another man is wanted for a video he posted of him shooting his weapon in the Heights. Now there's a $5,000 bounty on his head for recklessly shooting his gun in the Heights area and putting lives in danger. And you guessed it --  he posted it on Snapchat. Crime Stoppers is offering that healthy reward to anyone who knows this guy.

This is just the latest in the long list of people posting crimes on social media. On the Factor to talk about the issue of social media crimes is Joe Gamaldi with the Houston Police Officers Union.