We go through dozens of mugshots every day, so you can trust us when we say we've seen a lot. But even our team was pretty confused when we came across these three fine examples. It's hard to give any commentary, but we're going to give it a shot and try to explain what's happening here.
Phoenix police have finally arrested a serial killer who is believed to be linked to the murders of nine people in the past three weeks. If proven, this will make him the most prolific serial killer in the history of Arizona.
Based on our experience, most people look sad, angry, drunk, or regretful in their mugshots. There is so much stress and embarrassment in the process that it requires a true artist and a performer to pull oneself together and let the show go on. However, even true artists get arrested.
A member of the US Marshals Service was called a hero after he was shot and killed Thursday early morning in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Another two officers were reported wounded. They were all serving a federal arrest warrant when the gunfire erupted.
Can you ever get enough of celebrity mugshots? We know we can't! That's why we're bringing you the second edition of celebrity mugshots. Look at the similar faces and remember celebrities are just like us - simple, human, and sometimes in trouble.
Authorities are currently trying to find out how a California couple managed to keep their 13 kids captive without showing any apparent red flags and raising suspicion in the community.
Celebrities are the out-of-reach shining stars that reside on the Hollywood Olymp. But guess what, every once in a while they will come down, walk amongst us and get in trouble, just like us. Before their guardian attorneys come to rescue, we, the simple immortals, have the unique chance to gaze upon their mugshots, which we will keep googling like a sacred ritual until the end of time.
A Florida mom was kidnapped and murdered by mistake during a murder-for-hire frame, police officials report.
Every time you do something crazy with your hair, remember, that may be the day when you get arrested. And if your mugshot ever gets posted online, it will stay there forever. Now, here are four people that didn't have this thought the day they were arrested. Or if they ever did, these are the hairdos they considered their statement.
Law enforcement sources arrested a woman who hit California attorney Matthew Haberkorn, 52, on the head with a glass purse.