This may be a case where the mugshot is admissible as core evidence in a case. Alan Becker, 47, reportedly objected to a haircut at the Loft Salon in Stamford and became even more irate when he was told it would cost $50. What happened next may guarantee an institutional cut for some time to come for Becker.
Beck reportedly became loud and offensive after seeing his cut . . . and the bill. He allegedly yelled at staff, customers, threw objects, and kicked a hole in a wall. He then left only to return with a demand that they “fix” the cut. The owner called the police.
Becker is now charged with third-degree criminal mischief and breach of peace and released on a promise to appear in court.
You can be the judge. Is this a cut worthy of a felony charge?