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: 10/09 Charges: Fraud. This season, after a big debut at NYC Fashion Week, the big fad is the full-on Catherine the Great. Requires great poise and spinal strength, but this girl pulls it off.
Arrested: 10/09 Charges: Possession of cannabis. Kirk and rest of the Enterprise crew first encountered the Baltharians in season one of the original series. A warlike people from the Centuri Ten system, famed for their stage theater, cutlery, and epic chin strap beards.
Arrested: 10/08 Charges: Battery. This guys seems to have forgotten he's in police custody, not on set posing as the token Hispanic guy in a Gap commercial.
Arrested: 10/08 Charges: Possession of cannabis. "I'm thinking I might take that new chick from logistics. Things go well, I might be showing her my o-face. O... O... O... you know what I'm talkin' about."
Arrested: 10/04 Charges: Felony prior battery conviction, resisting without violence, prowling. All right, sports fans at home, let's have it: What does that tat across his front piece say? Our guess is: "No one star searching." What you got?
Arrested: 10/11 A fine example of a classic mug-shot face: the Sour Patch Kids eyefuck.
Arrested: 10/10 Charges: Retail theft, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substance. See, even Oompa Loompas have to deal with their kids spending too much time at Hot Topic and coming home with a bad attitude. It's universal.
Arrested: 10/10 Gingerbread Patty left Candyland with only a suitcase of old clothes and a heart full of dreams. But then... in the big city... she found free base.
Arrested: 10/10 Charges: Resisting without violence, fleeing police officer, driving while license suspended. ... And this is the guy who first introduced her to the stuff. An old acquaintance from the neighborhood. Grandma Ginny always said Liquorice Jim was bad news.
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