Photo: This is The Scariest Mugshot We've Seen in a Really Long Time


Adam Roberts and his real tattoo. - MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
  • Madison County Sheriff's Office
  • Adam Roberts and his real tattoo.

"Yes, it's a real tattoo."

So says Captain Mike Dixon of the Madison County Sheriff's Office, who tells us he's never seen any mugshot like this in his twenty years on the job.

He's seen faces with tattoos before -- but nothing quite like this.

What did 24-year-old Adam Roberts do? First check out a bigger version below of probably the scariest mugshot we've seen in a really long time.

  • Madison County Sheriff's Office

Roberts is facing three felony charges of burglary.

The sheriff's office, which sent out the alert this afternoon, say that on Sunday, February 17, officers responded to Self Storage at 7006 Godfrey Road in reference to several storage unit burglaries.

Victims reported electronics, video gaming equipment, televisions and other household items stolen.

Officers apparently got information linking Roberts to some of the stolen property on Wednesday and after obtaining a search warrant, recovered some of the items. Investigators have recovered around $1,000 worth of stolen property and officials say that Roberts and/or an accomplice sold some of the property to members of the community.

We wish you all a happy Friday afternoon with this close-up shot.


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