Man charged with bigamy after Facebook suggests his two wives as friends

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A Washington state county corrections officer was charged with bigamy after facebook found two women's connection to him on the site and suggested they be "friends."

Alan O'Neill married in 2001, moved out 8 months later, changed his last name to Fulk and then remarried without divorcing his first wife, reported the Washington Post.

When wife No. 1 found out about wife No. 2 she called the O'Neill's mother, reported the News Tribune.

O'Neill showed up at wife No. 1's house and she asked if they were divorced. O'Neill said they weren't, and neither party has filed for a divorce, reported the Star Tribune.

Wife No. 1 alerted authorities.

O'Neill, who was placed on administrative leave after the charges on Thursday, could face up to a year in prison if he is convicted.

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