After getting his mug shot taken, for example, he went out for ice cream.
She was taken into custody and booked by police, including fingerprints and a mug shot.
In her mug shot, she looks so prim in her shawl-collared coat, with its horizontal weave, buttoned up high and proper.
When he turned himself in, he wore a smirk in his mug shot, and then he went out for ice cream with reporters in tow.
Gone were the shaved head and leering smile from his mug shot released after the shootings.
Dnash was thankful that he recognized neither the name nor the face in Vafeades mug shot as one of his many customers.
“They fingerprint you and they take what they call—prison term—a mug shot,” she recalled.
To this day, Bush media maven Roger Ailes adamantly denies that he or the campaign had any role in the Willie Horton mug shot ad.
The mug shot taken at the time of her arrest showed Tichelman wearing a monkey-face medallion.
Like other inmates, he will be fingerprinted, have a mug shot taken, and be quarantined in a solitary cell for several days.
A photograph of a person's face, esp the front and side views made for police records; art: passed around a mug shot of Willie/ She had identified a ''mug shot'' from the books as the man who attacked her (1940s+)