DOCUMENT: Roundups, Crime

Perp Was Grilled Before Police Even Arrived

New booking photo roundup is all about personal style

Mug Shot Roundup

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4-15-11 Mug Shots

NOTE: This week’s booking photo roundup can be viewed two ways:

I) Click here to page through the photos in old school TSG style. In the upper right corner of each page you’ll find a description of the criminal charge(s) leveled against the suspect.

II) To look at the booking photos in a lightbox, just click the image beneath the “View The Document” arrow at left. When you mouse over the respective photos, the charged crime(s) will appear in a small box.

APRIL 17--Were we not aware that the gent who kicks off this week’s mug shot roundup had been busted for drunk driving, we would have guessed a dye pack blew up in his face following a bank robbery. As for the source of that pink tint, perhaps he was celebrating Holi, the Indian spring festival during which you pelt fellow celebrants with colored powder. As for the remaining suspects, some notes:

1) The woman modeling the Esperanza Spalding on page #3 was busted Monday in Georgia for shoplifting; 2) Since we rarely see a female perp with a sparkly set of grills, the 25-year-old Michigan resident on page #4 (collared for pot possession and driving with an invalid license) makes this week’s cut; 3) Yes, as the 18-year-old Arkansan on page #5 proves, you can bedazzle your face. She was nabbed for public intoxication; 4) The 91-year-old Floridian on page #6 was arrested Thursday for traffic violations; 5) If you’ve ever wondered what Stewie from “Family Guy” will look like as an adult, we point you to the 30-year-old perp on page #11, who was arrested Thursday in Michigan on an out-of-state warrant; 6) As for the halfro-wearing Oklahoma man, 22, on page #14, he was busted Tuesday for drug possession and public intoxication. Happily, nobody got stabbed; and 7) No, the 19-year-old Floridian on page #16 is not sitting down for a haircut. Arrested for a probation violation, she was just draped with a smock prior to having her booking photo snapped. (16 pages)

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Actually, anyone near a college town would recognize that he had been to a paint party, like Day Glow. You wear all white to a club where they have black lights and music playing. Glow in the dark paint gets thrown all over the place.