US fugitive sends police selfie to replace mugshot – Donald Pugh

January 12, 2016 6:56 am

Fugitive Donald ‘Chip’ Pugh sent police a selfie to replace his mugshot. Photo / LPD Facebook

A man suspected of arson and vandalism has sent a selfie to police because he objected to the photo on his arrest warrant.
Fugitive
Donald “Chip” Pugh was so unimpressed with the photo police were
circulating of him that he texted them with a new photo saying: “here is
a better photo that one is terrible.”
He also told Ohio radio station 104.9 The Eagle: “Man, they just did me wrong. They put a picture out that made me look like I was a Thundercat or James Brown on the run.”

The mugshot police were circulating of Donald Pugh. Photo / LPD Facebook
The mugshot police were circulating of Donald Pugh. Photo / LPD Facebook
He said he refused to take a mean mugshot and decided to smile for the camera instead.

The Limo Police Department (LPD) in Ohio added the new photo to their Facebook page.
“This
photo was sent to us by Mr Pugh himself. We thank him for being
helpful, but now we would appreciate it if he would come speak to us at
the LPD about his charges,” they wrote.
The LPD are still seeking Mr Pugh.

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