An Ohio woman was allegedly caught shoplifting from Walmart but it's her mugshot, which shows off her frightening face tattoos, that's attracting attention.
Alyssa Zebrasky, 27, was arrested on Dec. 5 for stealing a purse from a Walmart in Mahoning County, Ohio. The Canfield, Ohio woman was taken to the Mahoning County Jail, where police say they found a hypodermic needle and methamphetamine inside her purse. Zebrasky now faces charges of theft and drug abuse.
In her mugshot, Zebrasky could be seen sporting some spooky ink: her face had been tattooed to resemble a Day of the Dead sugar skull.
Zebrasky had gotten a series of face tattoos over the past several years. Her Facebook page, which has several pictures from before her transformation, shows her getting excited for her new look.
"Bout to get tatted!" she wrote in December of 2012.
Zebrasky had been wanted by police in Austintown, Ohio for failing to appear in court, according to Fox 8, a Cleveland-based Fox affiliate. She had been arrested on a charge of obstructing official business on Nov. 19 following a police chase. She and 23-year-old Logan Daugherty had left a car running in the middle of a road at 4 a.m. When approached by officers, the pair sped off. After police blocked the duo by forming a perimeter, Zebrasky allegedly approached them while wielding a weapon.
“I have a knife on me, what are you going to do about that?” she said, according to Fox 8.
Zebrasky was then handcuffed while crying and kicking. Daugherty was arrested on charges of reckless operation on a roadway, obstructing official business, and failure to comply.
Daugherty later told police he fled because he needed to use the bathroom, according to Cleveland 19.
[Photo: Boardman Township Police]
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