Mugshots Friday: Blond Ladies

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.

Arrested: 5/15

Charges: Cocaine, Cannabis, Controlled Substance, and Paraphanalia Possession

This lady got charged with so many possession charges, yet police did nothing to solve the mystery of who has possession of the rest of her extensions.

Arrested: 5/13

Charges: Vehicular Grand Theft, Driving With a Suspended License

So many dumb neck tattoos. Not a single one we can actually read. Really, what's the point?

Arrested: 5/13

Charges: Cannabis Possession

How does a person without even noticeably pierced ears wind up with just one oddly placed piercing on her face? Did she walk into the parlor and say, "Ha-ha, I'm so random. Just pierce literally any random part of my face! Random! Yay!"

Arrested: 5/10

Charges: Aggravated Battery

Here's a man with a Hello Kitty neck tattoo. Which you'll either laugh at or take as evidence that's he's very secure in his masculinity.

Arrested: 5/8

Charges: Cocaine Purchase, Tampering With Physical Evidence

Seriously, are tattooed chin pubes becoming a thing?

Arrested: 5/9

Charges: Aggravated Battery

Me. I am Mariah -- the elusive sternum tattoo.

Arrested: 5/10

Charges: Domestic Violence and Assault

The trend of shaving stripes into one's eyebrows is something we never see on the streets but see a lot of in the mugshot database. Draw your own conclusions.

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