Tattooed Ohio Woman Lands Back Behind Bars. Again.

With her glasses on, Alyssa Zebrasky is almost unrecognizable.

These booking photos were taken earlier this month after the 27-year-old Ohioan was locked up for violating terms of her release in connection with a February plea to felony narcotics possession and misdemeanor theft charges.

Zebrasky was arrested in December 2018 for stealing from Walmart. A search of her purse turned up methamphetamine, a hypodermic needle, and Suboxone (which is prescribed to treat opioid dependence).

Following her conviction, Zebrasky was placed into the custody of an official with a substance abuse treatment center. She was jailed in late-April for violating terms of that release. A Drug Court judge subsequently ordered her freed from the Mahoning County jail and returned to the treatment center.

On June 6, a judge revoked Zebrasky’s bond. Locked up again in the county jail, she is scheduled for a June 26 court hearing.