Mug Shots Of The Month For October 2019

Check out this month’s gallery of booking photos that you won’t be able to un-see.

November 01, 2019
By: Christine Colby

Photo By: Mug shot of Shane Funk [Shawnee County Jail]

Photo By: Mug shots of Don Furr and Elizabeth Catlett [Hot Springs Police]

Photo By: Mug shot of Ricky Deeley [Marion County Sheriff's Office]

Photo By: Mug shots of Andrew Chadim [Benton County Sheriff's Office]

Photo By: Mug shot of Jordan Simmons [Spartanburg County Detention Center]

Photo By: Mug shot of Nicholas Lovejoy [Kennebec County Jail]

Photo By: Mug shot of Stephen Olsen [Tulsa County Jail]

Photo By: Mug shot of Patricia Buchan [Essex County Prosecutor's Office]

Photo By: Mug shot of Matthew Bushman [Coles County Jail]

Photo By: Mug shot of Daniel Burleson [Iowa City Police]

Who: Shane Funk

Where: Topeka, Kansas

What allegedly happened: Police were reportedly called after reports of an excavator driving down a residential street after midnight, driving through yards, running down fences, and damaging other construction equipment. When cops arrived on the scene, the driver, Funk, swung the excavator’s arm toward them and refused to comply with their demands to get out of the vehicle, police said. Authorities eventually subdued Funk using a bean bag gun and a taser. He reportedly faces multiple charges, including felony theft, felony criminal damage, and aggravated assault to law enforcement officers. He also has outstanding warrants, police said.

Read more: WIBW-TV

Who: Don Furr and Elizabeth Catlett

Where: Hot Springs, Arkansas

What allegedly happened: After pulling over a car for not using headlights, cops reportedly searched the vehicle due to detecting a marijuana smell. The driver, Catlett, allegedly blamed her failure of three field sobriety tests on her brother having either drugged her drink or fed her a “meth sandwich.” Passenger Furr reportedly admitted to the cops that they had used meth and confessed to having a “meth shake” in the car with them. Authorities charged him with drug possession, and Catlett with possession of meth with purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving while intoxicated.

Read more: New York Post

Who: Ricky Deeley

Where: Ocala, Florida

What allegedly happened: A routine traffic stop led to the arrest of Deeley and two others. Police say they found 23 grams of meth, a handgun, cocaine, 20 Methylin pills, and a scale. In addition, Deeley was driving with a suspended license, authorities said.

Read more: WPLG-TV, Marion County Sheriff’s Office Facebook

Who: Andrew Chadim

Where: Benton County, Oregon

What allegedly happened: Not many details are available on this case, but authorities reportedly arrested Chadim for disorderly conduct - resisting arrest, and criminal trespass in the second degree.

Read more: Benton County Sheriff’s Office

Who: Jordan Simmons

Where: Spartanburg, South Carolina

What allegedly happened: Simmons is reportedly charged with second-degree murder and felony intentional child abuse with serious bodily injuries in connection with the death of Sevynn Clark, 2. Police have not confirmed whether Simmons is related to Clark.

Read more: WCNC-TV

Who: Nicholas Lovejoy

Where: Waterville, Maine

What allegedly happened: According to Portland's WCSH-TV, police found Melissa Sousa’s body in the basement of the home she shared with her boyfriend, Lovejoy. After discovering the body, police arrested Lovejoy during a traffic stop for driving with a loaded rifle and for having left the couple’s eight-year-old twin girls home alone, police said. Lovejoy, whom authorities allege would threaten Sousa, saying, “Tick, tock, your time is coming,” is facing a murder charge, police said.

Read more: WCSH-TV, WGME-TV

Who: Stephen Olsen

Where: Tulsa, Oklahoma

What allegedly happened: After multiple reports of a man exposing himself and touching himself “in a sexual manner,” police arrested Olsen. Olsen, who the authorities described in a news release as a “chronic masturbator,” was booked on two counts of indecent exposure.

Read more: KTUL-TV

Who: Patricia Buchan

Where: Newark, New Jersey

What allegedly happened: Buchan, who was living in an apartment with five other adults and six children, reportedly admitted to scalding a 3-year-old boy after he urinated on the floor of her son’s bedroom. The child suffered second-degree burns, according to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, and is in protective custody. A grand jury indicted five other adults in the home, and all of the cases are pending. The five other children in the house have also been removed, according to the prosecutor. Four of them are Buchan’s, and she has also since given birth to a baby, as she was pregnant when the alleged abuse occurred. Buchan is facing five years in prison.

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Who: Matthew Bushman

Where: Mattoon, Illinois

What allegedly happened: Police officers were reportedly talking to Matthew Bushman, a forgery suspect. Bushman allegedly gave them an incorrect date of birth and a false name. Authorities couldn’t help but notice that Bushman has “Matty B” prominently tattooed on his neck. Bushman was reportedly arrested on charges of forgery and obstructing justice.

Read more: New York Post

Who: Daniel Burleson

Where: Iowa City, Iowa

What allegedly happened: Burleson, 20, reportedly used a fake ID to get into a bar and order an alcoholic beverage. Not unusual, of course, except in this case, the ID Burleson used was a replica of the infamous “McLovin’” ID from the 2007 movie “Superbad.” Burleson, according to police, was arrested and charged with public intoxication, first offense under the legal age; first offense possession of alcohol under the legal age; and possession of a fictitious ID card. Authorities transported Burleson to the Johnson County Jail. Authorities later released him on his own recognizance.

Read more: WTHR-TV, WNDU-TV