Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Regina Dallas, Colquitt, GA

Regina Dallas hails from the home of "Swamp Gravy" and the National Mayhaw Festival. Apparently, that wasn't enough excitement for Ms. Dallas, described as one of the " frequent customers of Demetrius Walker Bail Bonding." With her bond revoked, she will be awaiting trial in jail. Hopefully her baby's father can take care of her son while she dries out.

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Holly Hughes, Johnson City, TN

According to her Facebook page, Holly's occupation is "being the best mom I can be." Unfortunately, she has recently had a bit of a distraction from that occupation. Ms. Hughes, and her boyfriend, were busted in a car with meth, drug paraphernalia, and a large amount of cash. She also had another outstanding warrant. For her kids' sake, we wish her well in getting her life back together.

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Merissa Pittman,Tuscaloosa, AL

Well, at least she has that team spirit. Merissa was busted, along with two scruffy dudes and a mean looking girl, in a home in Tuscaloosa county. Pity the dude who was hooking up with the other woman. Roll Tide!

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Thursday, June 5, 2014

Raven Hayley Boatwright, Lexington, SC

Details are sketchy, but one thing is certain: Raven definitely qualifies as a meth angel. Raven, 19 years old, was busted along with an 18 year old friend, and a couple of 30-something guys, in a house full of meth mess. The party was abruptly moved to the county jail.

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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Marza Floyd, Tulsa, OK

Usually, we have to find an old photo of our meth angels, because they tend to look pretty rough in their mugshot. Not so with Marza Floyd. Judging by her mugshot, she's new to the meth game. She's also new to the mother game: When the cops came knocking, her 8 month old infant was in the bedroom next to the laundry room, where they were cooking meth.

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Tessa Yvonna Demers, Beatrice, NE

Traffic stops are the bane of the drug user. If you are going to use drugs, it's best not to drive around with drug paraphernalia. And if you're going to drive around with a scale, a large amount of cash, and a crack pipe, at least  you should have a driver's license. Well, Tessa chose "none of the above." She is now temporarily enjoying the hospitality of the Gage County Sheriff.

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Britney Dent, Duncanville, AL

Ms. Dent, and three others, were caught in the act of cooking up a batch of meth. Based on their names, if appears that two of them were related to Ms. Dent. A family affair, if you will. Momma is looking quite rough. Our advice to Britney: If you don't want to look like that in 20 years, find something better to do than meth.

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