Sometimes It's a Good Idea to Judge a Book By Its Cover

Seth Abramovitch · 09/13/11 01:36AM

Take a look at this photo of Caius Veiovis, a 31-year-old fellow from Massachusetts. Sure he has a 666 tattooed onto the forehead into which he's surgically inserted what would appear to be six gobstoppers — but does that necessarily make him a bad guy? Yes! It does! Very bad! Veiovis and two others are facing murder and kidnapping charges in connection with the deaths of three men, one of whom was scheduled to testify against them. So go right ahead: Judge a book by its cover. Then run! [TSG]

How to Pose for the Perfect Mugshot

Brian Moylan · 08/17/11 03:24PM

As long as there have been celebrities, there have been celebrities getting arrested, and as long as there have been celebrities getting arrested, there have been celebrity mugshots. But what can we learn from them?

Hamburger Meat Spoils Drug Deal

Lauri Apple · 07/31/11 12:51PM

The vegan philosopher Morrissey tells us that "meat is murder," and for our vegetarian purposes he's correct. But murder is also murder, which is why you can't shoot your drug dealer even if he brazenly gives you hamburger instead of weed.

Guy Who Says God Told Him to Break Into Home and Smash Statues Looks Like This

Seth Abramovitch · 06/24/11 03:04AM

This is Levon Sarkisyan's mugshot. The Connecticut native was arrested for breaking into a stranger's home, telling the owner that God made him do it, and then proceeding to smash statues of Roman soldiers and a marble table with a fireplace poker. Then he took a shower and dressed himself in the clothing of a deceased man who used to live there. When police took him into custody, he informed them that he'd smoked "a strange strand of herb."

Woman Earns Felony Charge Trying to Help Drug-Busted Son

Lauri Apple · 06/09/11 01:15AM

Kimberly "Butterbean" Meadows is a great mom, in some ways. After her son was busted for allegedly attempting to deal some Vicodin—a plot that failed when he accidentally texted his plan to cops—she tried to take responsibility for the botched sale. Sadly, her plan backfired.