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Mugshots Friday: Ladies Is Pimps Too

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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: 4/15
Charges: Cannabis, Cocaine and Paraphernalia Possession.
Ah, the old "Wearing a drunk t-shirt to throw them off the fact I'm high" trick. It only works about 50 percent of the time. Drunk 2 got away.

Arrested: 4/16
Charges: Drug Possession, Assault on an Officer, Fleeing a Marked Car at High Speed
The expression is understandable.

Arrested: 4/17
Charges: Grand Theft 3rd Degree, ID Fraud
Absolutely strappin'.

Arrested: 4/15
Charges: Grand Theft
It's a little cropped, but finding a "The World is Mine" tattoo is quickly becoming a weekly occurrence here.

Arrested: 4/14
Charges: Offer to Secure Another for Prostitution
Literally proof that "ladies is pimps too."

Arrested: 4/14
Charges: Disorderly Conduct, and Battery on a Police Office
The Big Pink isn't just a restaurant in SoFi.

Arrested: 4/14
Charges: Criminal Mischief
This man is literally the face of criminal mischief. His name might as well be Mr. Criminal Mischief III.

Arrested: 4/11
Charges: Controlled Substance Possession
Kaylee must be a local gal.

Arrested: 3/11
His entire look is actually a metaphor for the dangers of cutting down trees.

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