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Ware Police Department Mugshot Matching Game: Match Each Ware Mugshot To The Crime Committed

 

Ware is a very small town located between Worcester and Amherst, but ranks among the worst in the state when it comes to graduation rates, teen pregnancy, and drug arrests. It’s also a haven for recently paroled sex offenders, drug addicts, and anyone who likes living in a trailer within walking distance to a Walmart. There are some really colorful characters who have frequent run-ins with the law, which the Police Department posts about on their Facebook page. After seeing a drug arrest this morning I was inspired to bring back the Ware Mugshot Matching Game. It’s simple really – I post a bunch of mugshots, followed by the crimes committed by the defendants, and you match the mugshot to the crime. Here are our contestants.

 

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Now match them up with their crimes committed and see how many you can get right. This is a harder version of the earlier game since most of the arrests this time around involve selling different kinds of drugs.

1. B&E in the Daytime for a Felony, Wanton Destruction of Property, Larceny over $1200, and Larceny of a Firearm

2. Literally biting someone’s ear off

3. Reckless Endangerment of a Child, selling Kpins and heroin around a child

4. Selling adderrall, crack cocaine, and heroin

5. Selling regular cocaine, Heroin, miscellaneous pills, and other drug paraphernalia

6. selling prescription medications, crack cocaine

7. selling  Crystal Meth, MDMA (ecstasy), Crack Cocaine, Suboxone

 

 

Here’s the correct answers.

A – 3. Juan Luis Casiano-Rentas – Reckless Endangerment of a Child, selling Kpins and heroin around a child

He did not see the cops coming. Or anyone coming for that matter. But I need to get that tank top, and I need it now.

 

B – 1. Greg Normand and Censior Rodriguez – B&E in the Daytime for a Felony, Wanton Destruction of Property, Larceny over $1200, and Larceny of a Firearm.

Instead of larceny of a firearm these guys should’ve tried larceny of shampoo and a razor.

 

C – 6. Kristen Dubuque, Robert Guelff, Stephen Robert, Heather Wheeler – selling prescription medications, crack cocaine

John Stewart sure has gone downhill, and Kristen Dubuque is a frequent flyer on TBS.

 

 

D – 7. Sara Herlihy, Tina Bellis, Melanie Fotiathis, Jack Coburn, Aaron Gasque, Melanie Fotiathis – selling  Crystal Meth, MDMA (ecstasy), Crack Cocaine, Suboxone

Well, they sure as heck weren’t selling a cure for herpes.

 

 

E – 4. Tara Byrd, Michael Martino, Amber Cornelius, Albert Laviolette – Selling adderrall, crack cocaine, and heroin

Never recruit your customers to join the business. Doesn’t work out well.

 

 

F – 2. Alan Mosher – Literally biting someone’s ear off

I think this was one was obvious.

 

 

G – 5. Fermin Diaz, Katie Young – Cocaine, Heroin, miscellaneous pills, and other drug paraphernalia

Looks like someone broke cardinal rule #1 of selling heroin – don’t get high on your own supply.

I have no idea why all these people chose to live in one relatively small town in the middle of nowhere, but Ware really is the place where dreams go to die.

 

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