Meet David Adam Pate, 24, of Lancaster, S.C., charged with the murder of Rickey W. James, 33, after the two allegedly went into the woods together, and only Pate returned. Weeks later, children found James’ badly decomposed remains. Pate was already in jail for disorderly conduct, and is now charged with murder — and yes, that’s “Satan” tattooed over his right eye, and yes, it gets better.
Meet Kenneth Spangle, 62, sentenced to 262 months in prison for a 2012 bank robbery in Placentia, California. With a stocking over his head, he yelled, waved a fake gun and got about $10,000. He ditched his clothes near the bank, but left his ID with them. When arrested, in disgust he reportedly asked the officer to shoot him.
Meet Jake Lee Greene, 23, arrested on July 19, 2013 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The charges against Greene are not specified, but it is entirely possible that some friendly neighborhood LEO took one look at Greene’s face tattoo and decided that it should be photographed for posterity — and possibly for later identification.
Meet the interestingly adorned Steven Oliver, arrested on August 3, 2013, by Florida Highway Patrol for his second DUI, DUI with property damage/injury, and for knowingly driving without a license/registration. He was booked in Pasco County and released on $500 bond, but not before they snapped this great shot of his mug.
High as kites? Maybe, but these alleged perps weren’t going to let a little arrest get them down.
Meet Habib Rene Soumare, who was arrested in Raleigh, N.C., on June 18, 2013, for “POSS RCRD DEV SHW TRU NAME>100,” which means …
The thick brow has landed on fashion’s runways and is making its way to the lens of the police camera. Done correctly this new trend can make you look smart, engaging and interested.
Meet Charles French arrested in Orange County Florida for making/placing a destructive device and criminal mischief on July 4, 2013, after he allegedly threw a lit firework into a trashcan outside a gym.
Victor Espinoza, featured in our Mugshot of the Day series in December 2012, pleaded guilty and was sentenced this week in a California Court. The corpulent Espinoza was accused of luring a ten-year-old-boy walking with a cousin in October 2012, and then grabbing and sniffing the screaming, struggling child, who managed to escape.
Kinsey was arrested on June 26, 2013, in connection with the double murders of Nathan Young, 32, and Brandon Prince, 39, who were hacked to death with a machete in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Kinsey’s mother says he is "misunderstood."