Justin Lamb allegedly tries to live up to his "F*ck Cops" skull tattoo
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Justin Wayne Lamb, 29, has the sort of ink that makes him an unlikely candidate for an office job. Not only do his tats cover the majority of territory on his head and neck (as well as his chest, which provides home for a swastika) -- but the one on the back of his skull declares "FUCK COPS."
If allegations against Lamb are true, this phrase isn't an empty boast -- since he's been busted for allegedly dragging a Parker police officer from a car.
Lamb seems mighty proud of his body art, considering the number of topless shots on his Facebook page. Here's one....
...plus this backside view:
The look contrasts sharply with his appearance in an earlier mug shot, when just a hint of a tattoo can be seen on one part of his neck:
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Lamb got a chance to pose for an updated booking photo thanks to an incident that took place early yesterday morning.
Justin Lamb actually shared this mug shot on his Facebook page.
At 1:23 a.m. on May 1, according to the Parker Police Department, officers stopped a vehicle near the intersection of Parker Road and Valley Hi. The driver was Kent Scott Williams, 49, accompanied by Lexi Erwin, eighteen.
Williams is seen in the following mug:
Kent Scott Williams.
Cops subsequently placed Williams in custody for what are termed "multiple driving restraints," and he didn't put up a fight.
But then, something unusual happened: Officers noticed a man later identified as Lamb hiding on the floorboard of the back seat under "miscellaneous items."
Apparently, Lamb didn't much want to hang around and explain his tattoo. As cops tried to round him up, the PPD notes, he made his way to the driver's seat and started the car.
In response, one of the cops ran to the driver's side door and tried to switch off the ignition. But before she could do so, Lamb floored it, dragging her along with him.
The car rocketed over the center median, across the road's southbound lanes, through a fence and into a field before coming to a stop. Here's a Fox31 image of its resting place:
An instant later, Lamb rabbited and managed to remain at large for several hours. With the assistance of a K9 team and deputies with the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, he was finally taken into custody at approximately 4:46 a.m.
He'd been hiding in a tree.
The trio was booked into the Douglas County Jail -- Williams on assorted traffic-related charges, Erwin on suspicion of being an accessory to a crime. Lamb, however, hit the jackpot, with busts for second-degree assault, vehicle theft, reckless endangerment, felony eluding and more.
As for the officer who was dragged from the car, she came through the experience in one piece: She was treated and quickly released from a local hospital. No word about whether or not she's going to get a skull tattoo that reads "FUCK JUSTIN LAMB."
Here's Lamb's latest booking photo, which is definitely suitable for Facebook posting:
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