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Mug Shot Roundup

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June 10, 2011 Mugs

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.

JUNE 10--The Louisiana gentleman, 23, at the head of this week’s mug shot class apparently was wearing his grandma’s turtleneck when busted Sunday for drunk driving and hit-and-run. As for his fellow suspects, some notes:

1) Yes, that is a cell phone tucked into the cleavage of the 22-year-old Florida woman on page #2. She was nabbed Friday for driving with an invalid license; 2) Yes, that is a tattoo reading “Got Beer” on the forehead of the 42-year-old South Carolina man on page #3. He was collared on a larceny rap; 3) Yes, that is a Bill O’Reilly “We’ll Do It Live!” tribute t-shirt on the 23-year-old Georgia man on page #4. He was nabbed for “loitering or prowling”; 4) We are deeply puzzled by the unique tan lines seen on the South Carolina gent on page #5. The 52-year-old was arrested for disorderly conduct; 5) To prevent identity theft, we had to blur out the Social Security number tattooed on the chest of the 32-year-old Floridian on page #13. Busted for habitually driving with an invalid license, the perp appears to have had dog tag details inked on himself; and 6) No, that is not a removable beard on the 57-year-old accused burglar on page #15. He was popped Thursday by Florida cops. (15 pages)

Comments (6)

Nirvana who? Foo Fighters are the best thing to come out of this tragedy
A friend of mine that was a Marine had the same dog-tag tattoo on his ribs as well. They put them there because that's the part of your body most likely to survive intact after a helicopter crash so officials can use it to identify your remains.
The tan lines on #5 are what he got when wearing a mesh (or similar) baseball / trucker's cap backwards. The heavier cloth on the seams and edges created those tan lines.
The first criminal's wearing a women's floral turtleneck. LOL! :D
As for #15......I didn't know the Amish wore bowling shirts....except for Randy Quaid......
Love this website - the closest we're going to get to tar and feathers in this day and age.