Mug Shots Of The Month For May 2019

May yielded an impressive crop of eye-catching mug shots. Here are some of our favorites!

June 03, 2019
By: Christine Colby

Photo By: Johnathan Konrad Shevock [Frederick County Sheriff]

Photo By: Mug shot of Elle Yoshio Weissman [Salt Lake County Jail]

Photo By: Nicholas Brent Gibson [Florida Department of Law Enforcement]

Photo By: Cashmere Bland [Jacksonville Sheriff's Office]

Photo By: Mug shot of Natasha Ethel Bagley [Miami Police Department]

Photo By: Mug shot of Daniel Hazel [Louisville Metro Department of Corrections]

Photo By: Mug shot of Megan Hawkins [Elk Grove Police Department]

Photo By: Kevin White [Greenville County Sheriff'

Florida Woman Allegedly Threatened To 'Shoot Everyone' At Elementary School

TAMPA, FL — The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office claimed that Juliana Joy Cote, 26, made a post on social media threatening an elementary school. The post allegedly included a photo of a gun.

In addition to referring to herself as 'unipolar' and 'autistic,' her post read, "So call 911 cause im heading to the nearest elementary school now. To shoot everyone. Then myself if im fast enough. GUN POWER!!!!

Cote was arrested on May 17 for making written threats to commit a mass shooting or terrorism. She is being held on a $7,500 bond.

Read more: WTSP,

Maryland Traffic Stop Yields Drug Haul, Weapons

FREDERICK, MD —Frederick County Sheriff's Deputy Parson pulled over Johnathan Konrad Shevock, 28, for having an inoperable tag light.

During the traffic stop, Shevock reportedly acted agitated, struggled with police, reached for a weapon, and hit a parked police cruiser.

Corporal Kretsinger and his K-9 officer Tigger searched the vehicle and reportedly discovered a loaded Glock 26 9mm, a loaded Glock 43, about 30 grams of cannabis, a plastic bag full of psilocybin mushrooms, a suspected THC wax Dab, 11 gel caps suspected of containing a heroin/fentanyl mix, a metal spoon containing probable drug residue, a digital scale, a THC pen, two cellphones, and $1,744.

Shevock was charged with second-degree assault, aggravated assault of a law-enforcement officer, wearing/carrying/transporting a weapon, possession of a controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia, possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute marijuana, and having a vehicle without adequate rear plate registration illumination. We bet he wished he'd fixed that tag light!

Read more: WMAR2News

Utah Woman Allegedly Fed Drano To Her Boyfriend So He Would 'Go Into Eternal Sleep'

SOUTH SALT LAKE, UT — Elle Yoshio Weissman, 43, was arrested after police were called to a Salt Lake City hospital for a 50-year-old man who’d swallowed drain cleaner, according to a probable-cause statement cited by KSL-TV.

She allegedly told police she gave her boyfriend a spoonful of Drano when he was partially asleep so he would “go into eternal sleep." “[Weissman] stated that by eternal sleep she meant death,” according to court documents.

In a subsequent interview with police, Weissman stated that, "Earlier in the day, she felt there was too much 'hate' occurring and thought she and (her boyfriend) would be better off dead," according to a recently unsealed search warrant affidavit.

"She then planned to kill herself by stripping an electrical cord and placing the ends in a container of water. She opted not to go through with the suicide and after some hours, ordered an Uber," the warrant states.

Weissman was booked into Salt Lake County Jail and has been charged with attempted murder and surreptitious administering of a certain substance. Her bail has reportedly been set at $100,000.

Read more: CrimeFeed,

Sword-Wielding Murder Suspect Claims To Also Be Serial Killer

NEW YORK CITY — An Illinois sex offender was arrested in New York City, suspected of murdering a Florida man, 77-year-old Eric Stocker. Police say that Stocker was killed with "some type of sword."

Nicholas Gibson, 32, was allegedly Stocker's caretacker. In addition to being a suspect in the murder, Gibson is charged with failing to register as a sex offender, from a previous rape charge for which he served seven years in prison.

After Gibson was arrested, he allegedly told police that he is responsible for anywhere from 6 to 32 other murders across multiple states, and that he first killed when he was 12 years old.

Gibson is awaiting extradition to Florida to face charged in the case of Stocker's slaying. Investigators are looking into his claims of additional murders.

Read more:, Metro, NBC Miami, 11Alive

Florida Teen Cashmere Bland Arrested In Fatal Shooting

JACKSONVILLE, FL — Florida man Cashmere Bland, 19, was arrested in connection with a fatal shooting.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says he's being charged with suspected murder, attempted murder, armed robbery, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Bland allegedly approached Jacob Daniel Jette in a car, robbed him, and then shot him at close range. A passenger was also shot, but survived.

Back in 2016, when Bland was 16 years old, he allegedly forced a student into a car and made the victim take money out of an ATM.

Read more: ActionNewsJax, ActionNewsJax (2), News4Jax

Florida Woman Allegedly Attacked Burger King Manager Over French Fries

MIAMI, FL — Natasha Ethel Bagley, 42, and Genesis Peguero, 27, allegedly went though a Miami Burger King drive-thru and demanded free French fries.

They then entered the restaurant and, while Bagley reportedly caused some sort of distraction, Peguero jumped over the counter.

In the ensuing fracas, both supects physically attacked the restaurant manager. Peguero allegedly threatened the manager with a pistol, while demanding the money from the cash register.

They then fled the property in a black SUV.

Bagley was later arrested, and is being charged with armed robbery with assault or battery, criminal mischief, and attempted robbery with a deadly weapon. She is in jail and is being held without bond. She faces life in prison, under Florida law.

Peguero remains on the run.

Read more: WFLA, Unilad, Heavy

Man Charged With Assault Using Crowbar & Baseball Bat

LOUISVILLE, KY — A Kentucky man claims that he was brutally beaten by his housemate, Daniel Hazel, 43, and Hazel's juvenile son.

Hazel reportedly said that he acted in self-defense, but police say that they don't believe that version of events matches up with the victim's injuries.

The victim suffered a bleeding spleen, deep cuts to the head, and a concussion. In addtion, both hands were broken which allegedly shows an effort to deflect the blows.

Hazel was charged with first-degree assault and is being held at Louisville Metro Corrections on $500,000 bond.

Read more: Wave3News, FoxNews

Megan 'Monster' Hawkins Of The Netflix Show 'Jailbirds' Is Back Behind Bars: Cops

ELK GROVE, CA — The Elk Grove Police Department reported that a female suspect in a local bank had attempted to open a checking and savings account with stolen identification. Someone in the bank reportedly recognized the woman as Megan “Monster” Hawkins from Netflix's Jailbirds, and an employee dialed 911.

Elk Grove officers said they arrested Hawkins and booked her on charges that include possession of a stolen vehicle, unlawful use of personal identifying information, and a probation violation.

Jail records indicate that Hawkins is being held on $55,000 bail in Sacramento County Jail — the very facility where Jailbirds was filmed.

Read more: CrimeFeed

Wanted Man Discovered In Dishwasher; Bitten By K-9 Officer

GREENVILLE, SC — South Carolina authorities were hunting fugitive Kevin Leroy Scott White, who was wanted in Florida.

As they approached, White allegedly ran into the woods. Deputies and a K-9 officer pursued, and were able to track him down in a mobile home park — hiding inside a dishwasher. He was in possession of crystal meth, according to the cops.

During the arrest, White was bitten on his side and on his head by the K-9, so was taken to the hospital.

After being treated for his injuries, White was reportedly charged with failure to stop for a blue light, driving under suspension, failure to register a motor vehicle, reckless driving, possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, and resisting arrest.

The K-9 handler was placed on admistrative leave while an investigation takes place into whether there were any potential violations on his part.

The Sheriff's Office has announced that it will release a briefing on the incident on June 12 on YouTube.

Read more: WYFF4, GreenvilleOnline