Mug Shots Of The Month For July 2019
What is it about Summer? Here is the new crop of the month's most compelling mug shots.
Photo By: Mug shot of Samantha Grace Vaughan [Copperas Cove Police Dept.]
Photo By: Mug shot of Timothy John Donahoe [Metro Nashville Police Department]
Photo By: Mug shot of Jose Martinez [West Jordan Police Department]
Photo By: Credit Union Robber [St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department]
Photo By: Mug shot of Shahreda George [Norfolk City Jail]
Photo By: Mug shots of Evan Anthony Cole [Williamsburg Police Department]
Photo By: Mug shot of Charles Bond [Maricopa County Sheriff's Office]
Texas Mom Arrested For Allegedly Leaving Baby In Car While She Drank Shots In Bar
COPPERAS COVE, TX — A Texas mom has been arrested after police say she left her infant son asleep in a running car while she went inside a nightclub to drink shots.
Samantha Grace Vaughan, 26, also screamed a racial slur at police and resisted officers' attempts to detain her, according to an arrest warrant.
She reportedly admitted that she drank two shots, and then she allegedly yelled, “You will not take my child and place her with a f*** (N-word).”
When Vaughan was taken to the police station, her blood-alcohol level was tested and allegedly found to be almost twice the legal limit for Texas drivers.
Vaughan has been charged with abandoning/endangering a child with intent to return, resisting arrest, and terroristic threats to a public servant.
Read more: CrimeFeed
Police Say Beggar Pushes Woman Into Traffic After She Doesn't Give Him Money
NASHVILLE, TN — Timothy John Donahoe, 65, reportedly approached a woman who was on her lunch break from work and asked for money.
When the woman replied that she didn't have any money to give him as she only carries cash, Donahoe allegedly hit her in the face. He then reportedly pushed her into oncoming traffic, where a driver had to slam on her breaks to avoid hitting her.
Donahoe was arrested and booked into jail on a $4,500 bond. He will be facing charges of assault and reckless endangerment.
Fugitive Fleeing Police Shot & Killed During Police Standoff
WEST JORDAN, UT — Jose Martinez, 34, was wanted by California law enforcement for aggravated kidnapping.
A state agency working with the FBI reportedly tracked him to Utah, and a pursuit began. During the chase, K9 units and the SWAT team were brought in.
Martinez managed to barricade himself in a private residence of a family member, and a standoff ensued. Negotiations went on for hours before the SWAT team entered the home, and then Martinez was fatally shot.
Police say that the initial plan by law enforcement had been to engage Martinez with a less lethal force, like gas, rather than shoot him. The officer who fired the shot is on administrative leave, with an investigation pending.
Police Are Searching For A Man Who Allegedly Robbed A St. Louis Credit Union
ST. LOUIS, MO — The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department released photos of the man they say robbed the St. Louis Community Credit Union.
The man reportedly approached the teller at the window and passed her a note stating that he had a weapon.
No one was injured in the altercation and it's not known whether he actually was carrying a weapon or not.
Police say the man is probably in his 40s, over six feet tall, thin, and has long brown hair and facial hair.
If you have any information on the suspect, call CrimeStoppers at (866) 371-8477.
Virginia Woman Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Police Officer
NORFOLK, VA — Police were called to a Norfolk restaurant on a Friday night because several people were having an argument. When the cops attempted to break up the fray, one of them allegedly got into an altercation with 36-year-old Shahreda George.
The officer was reportedly trying to talk to George when she pushed him, according to WTKR. Next, George allegedly tried to strike an officer in the face and additionally spit in the face of another officer.
George faces charges of assault on law enforcement and disorderly conduct. She is being held at the Norfolk City jail without bond.
Suspect Arrested In Sex Trafficking Case In Virginia After Hours-Long Standoff
WILLIAMSBURG, VA — Evan Anthony Cole, 29 was wanted for multiple charges in a sex-trafficking case after a weeklong manhunt.
Maintenance workers reportedly heard noise coming from a room at a Travelodge hotel that they believed to be vacant. When they investigated, they were allegedly faced with Cole pointing a gun at them. Authorities say Cole then took over another room at the hotel and barricaded himself inside.
After a standoff, the York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office Crisis Negotiation Team was able to negotiate with Cole, who then surrendered to deputies.
York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office spokesman Captain Dennis Ivey reported that Cole will be charged with two counts of abduction, two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, two counts of brandishing a firearm, and one count of trespassing.
The Williamsburg Police Department is charging Cole with four counts of abduction and kidnapping, two counts of sex trafficking, two counts of robbery, two counts of assault and battery. and one count of strangulation.
Arizona Dad Busted In Underage Sex Case Due To Facebook Chats
TEMPE, AZ — A Tempe, Arizona, man is facing multiple charges after being busted for allegedly having sex with an underage girl.
Bond, 25, was reportedly friends with the girl's parents. He allegedly began interacting with the 15-year-old on Instagram and Facebook. Bond reportedly renamed the girl's profiles "Daddy's dirty little secret."
After exchanging sexually explicit messages online, Bond and the girl got together and allegedly engaged in sex acts.
Facebook notified the Tempe police about the sexual exchanges between Bond and the teen.
In March 2019, Bond was arrested on unrelated warrants, and then admitted to his online and physical relationship with the teen. But Bond wasn't booked on any of the sex charges at that time, as the alleged victim had yet to be found and interviewed.
After interviewing the girl, Bond was arrested on July 17. He is being charged with five counts of sexual conduct with a minor, two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, and one count of aggravated luring a minor for sexual exploitation.
The prosecutor in the case initally asked for a bond of $150,000 cash. Bond begged for it to be reduced, explaining that with a bond that high, "I lose literally everything, my home, my job, everything I have."
The judge gave Bond a $25,000 secured bond, but said that Bond additionally would not be allowed any contact with minors aside from his three-year-old son.