Recent Examples of mug shot from the Web
The system also has access to the FBI’s mug shot database, which would add another 25 million faces to search through.
In fact, his label famously used his mug shot as publicity stills, a move that was part gimmick and part necessity.
Court officials barred the media from taking photos of the defendant, and police have not released her mug shot.
His mug shot and a dash cam video of the arrest, which came nearly six weeks after Woods had spinal fusion surgery, went viral.
His dealer picked up Lindell's phone and snapped a photo of the addict's face - walking dead skin tone, disheveled hair, mug shot scowl.
His dealer picked up Lindell’s phone and snapped a photo of the addict’s face — walking-dead skin tone, disheveled hair, mug shot scowl.
Her mug shot showed a large gauze bandage on her neck and fresh pink skin on her shoulder.
This one features Chet’s mug shot from 1960, when he was arrested on narcotics charges in Italy.
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MUG SHOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mug shot for English Language Learners
: a photograph of someone's face; especially : a photograph taken by the police of someone who has been arrested
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