You spoke, we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's post of the Broward-Palm Beach edition of Mug-Shot Friday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, and femmes fatale.
Arrested: 10/1 Charges: Possession of cocaine. This is what happens when one of Robin Hood's Merry Men splits Sherwood Forest for the mean streets. OG Nottingham representin'.
Arrested: 10/3 Because, whenever they see you from now on, they'll never have to wonder: "If he was a luxury vehicle, what would he be?"
Arrested: 10/1 Anytime the guys in prison are picking teams -- for softball, white supremacist interpretive dance, the after-dinner gang-bang -- this guy is always like, "pick me, pick me, please please please, pick me."
Arrested: 9/29 Charges: DUI, driving wrong way down one-way Uh . . . mom?
Arrested: 10/3 One day you're hauling around bass amps for My Chemical Romance on their European tour, the next you're selling molly and dexedrine to nursing students from the junior college near the train tracks. That kind of color ink work doesn't pay for itself.
Arrested: 10/3 Charges: Resisting arrest. Somewhere, a Peruvian boy band is at soundcheck, anxiously waiting for their alto to show up. Resisting arrest usually means just fleeing from cops, not being so existentially smug as to refuse to acknowledge at cop's existence in the universe. But that's how you roll when you're in a Peruvian boy band.
Arrested: 10/1 One of the upsides to going with the spiderweb neck tattoo? Durning October, you're all butter. Just one of the many, many upsides to the spiderweb neck tattoo.
Arrested: 10/3 It took a special task force a whole month to track this one down. That withering look of disdain was declare a public health hazard. Prolonged exposure turned the victim to stone.
Arrested: 9/28 Charges: Carrying concealed firearm. The concealed firearm, it turns out, was a blunderbuss. Just one piece of throwback facial hair is a pretty daring move. But to go all in on both a waxed 'stash and some wispy chin grizzle, that's courage.
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