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Police capture teen who posts 'Catch me if you can' message on MySpace

A 16-year-old fugitive believed to have posted a "Catch me if you can" message on his MySpace Web page as a taunt to authorities was recaptured, county officials said.

Jordan Danski was being held at the Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon when he and two other teenagers escaped on Tuesday. The others were quickly caught, but for several days, Danski was not.

Authorities say they believe Danski on Wednesday posted the words, "Catch me if you can" as the heading on his page on the MySpace social networking Web site. Another message said "2 fast for the feds to cocky for the cops."

"What a smart aleck," Danski's grandmother and guardian, Betty Danski, told the Detroit Free Press. "At least I know he's probably safe."

Danski's page also drew comments from supporters, the AP says.

The messages included "run jordan run" and "haha keep runnin man, dont let them ... catch you," The Detroit News reported.

On Friday, Macomb County authorities had recaptured Danski, said county spokesman Phil Frame.

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