Oxford police troll Harvey Updyke after Ole Miss win

It's a happy day in Oxford, Mississippi, after the Ole Miss Rebels beat Alabama on the road for the first time since 1988.

The Rebels have recorded consecutive wins against the Tide, giving everyone in Oxford some long-awaited bragging rights -- including the cops.

The Oxford police department celebrated Ole Miss' win by trolling notorious Alabama fan and tree-poisoner Harvey Updyke on Twitter.

Updyke served 76 days in jail after being convicted of poisoning Auburn's beloved oak trees at Toomer's Corner.

Not surprisingly, Updyke didn't react well to being called out.

The Oxford police, keeping civic safety front and center, still wanted its citizens to be on the lookout for Mr. Updyke.

Postgame social media trolling is commonplace in college football, but rarely do you see an official agency get involved. And we can expect to see more of this from the Oxford police.