Mugshots Friday: That Kool-Aid Dye Job
Every Friday, Riptide brings you the most eye-catching mugshots taken the previous week (or thereabouts) in Miami-Dade County. Yes, there is some mockery of bad neck tattoos, but also adulation directed at perps who just plain look more badass than we ever will. This is the italicized intro to that series.
Charges: Criminal Mischief
Well, this is probably the brightest dye job Miami-Dade jail saw all week.
Charges: Cannabis Possession
Well, at least they can all get together and discuss the possibility of a class action suit over police profiling of people with Kool-Aid hair.
Charges: Dealing in Stolen Property
Isn't the point of a mugshot to identify people? So what good is a mugshot really that covers up half of a persons identifying facial features?
Charges: Loitering or Prowling
We thought perhaps he got arrested in the middle of getting his hair done, but then we realized that police usually don't make such dramatic arrests for loitering charges. So, we guess this hair style is just a personal choice. You know, good for him. Be different.
Charges: Cannabis Possession (both)
Remember when your mother used to dress you and your brother up in matchy-matchy outfits for school picture day? Apparently some brothers like to keep the corresponding styles tradition up even for their arrests.
What's weird about the internet is you can think to yourself, "Wait does that say Britney? Is that a Britney spears t-shirt?" And then five seconds later you have your answers. Indeed, it is Britney, bitch.
Don't think about it too much.
Charges: False imprisonment of a child under 13
Yes, we wrote about snot nose here earlier in the week, but if this isn't a classic Mugshot Friday entry we don't know what is.
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