Mugshots of Strange Criminals

William Bottoms Jr., 29, was convicted of the murders of two Louisiana men on August 9, 2019. Bottoms, whose entire face and neck is covered in tattoos, was found guilty of two counts of second-degree murder for the murders of Muhammad Hussain, 29, and Dedrick Williams, 23, in 2017. Bottoms’ defense lawyer asked the jury at one point during the trial whether his appearance had any effect on their verdict. (East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s office via AP)



Samantha Vaughan, a 26-year-old woman from Texas, was arrested after she left her sleeping one-year-old child in a car outside a club on Monday morning in Copperas Cove, Tex. When cops arrived, Vaughan said she had two shots inside the club, resisted arrest, yelled racial slurs and threw herself around and injured her head. Despite the serious charges against her, Vaughan had a big smile in her mug shot. (Copperas Cove Police Department)
A Florida man is facing a domestic battery charge after his girlgfriend accused him of throwing a cookie at her over the weekend. It looks the accused needs to add a new tattoo to that mug of his…we suggest a chocolate chip cookie. (Pasco County Sheriff’s Office).
Where’s batman when you really need him… (Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office)
What neck of the woods was he caught in? Escambia County, Florida! (Escambia County Sheriff’s Office)
Virginia Beach local Crystal Mostek is behind bars at the Virginia Beach Jail thanks to a bomb hoax she pulled at a 7-Eleven on April 3, 2018. Mostek, 33, placed what she said was a bomb on the counter of a 7-Eleven, located at the 2200 block of Pleasure House Road in Virginia Beach, on Tuesday night and threatened to blow the store up. After cops found out she was lying, Mostek was charged with threatening to bomb and possession of a hoax device, according to local news outlets. (Virginia Beach City Jail).
It’s written all over his face … literally. A man with “I’m a pornstar” tattooed on his forehead, along with other text too obscene to repeat, has been charged with sexual imposition and assault. Christopher Wilson, 37, has been accused of kicking a woman to the ground before groping her near Univeristy of Cincinnati campus. The victim filed charges against Wilson in June 2016, over a year after the incident which occurred on Wheeler Street in May 2015. (Hamilton County Jail).
A man was beat to a pulp after he tried to carjack a group of football players at gunpoint, according to KOAT Action 7 News. Angelo Martinez (pictured) was spotted trying to get into one of the player’s car in Albuquerque, N.M. in August 2017, one of the athletes said. Martinez said he just needed a ride when he was confronted, but after being dropped off at a home, he allegedly pulled a gun on the players and demanded they get out of the car. The men then beat Martinez up after he fumbled with the gun and police arrested him at the scene. A note was found with him that said, “Give me the keys to your wip and a nobody get heart. I know where you live so don’t make me kill.” (Bernalillo County Sheriff’S Office).
Riley Dee Lewis, 36, was arrested and charged with assault in Ogden, Utah, for allegedly chasing two joggers while carrying a folding tree-trimming knife, the Standard-Examiner reported. (Weber County Sheriff’S Office)
Brandy Lerma was accused of drunk driving with her unbuckled child in the car on August 16, 2017 in Palm Beach County, Flordia. The driver who witnessed the erratic vehicle, Juan Martinez, wrote in his witness statement that he was worried Lerma was “going to kill someone.” (Palm Beach County Sheriff’S Office)
Noel E. Dawson Jr. was charged with domestic violence, assault, criminal damaging, and failure to disclose personal information on April 6, 2017, according to The Toledo Blade. Dawson, of North Toledo, Ohio, pleaded not guilty to the charges that stemmed from him allegedly chasing a family member with a hatchet and swinging at him, the online paper said. (Toledo Police Department).

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