A Simple Observation

Matthew Avery

Suspects come and suspects go, and mug shots seem to blur together when you do what I do for a living.

But every now and then, you see a mug shot that separates a guy from the rest of the crime crowd.

Far be it from me to make fun of anyone’s appearance, but can anyone argue that Matthew Avery of Plainfield has the most oval head you’ve ever seen?

Just a simple observation.  Nothing more, nothing less.

(If you care what Avery is suspected of doing, feel free to click here.)

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I've been covering Connecticut news and sports since 1974. I know, I don't look that old.
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8 Responses to A Simple Observation

  1. Joyce Hodgson says:

    LMAO

  2. Li'l Em-Kel says:

    You’re right, but his face is more than merely oval: it’s perfectly symmetrical.

    Ever do that thing where you take a photo of somebody’s face and cover up one side, then the other, and one side is happy and friendly while the other is cruel and vicious? Can’t do it with this cat. Plus, note the Picasso-esque way his eyebrows curve perfectly into both sides of his nose.

    Waaaaaait a minute. This is a picture of a guy holding a mirror edgewise on his face!

  3. Ahhh, just what we needed…a well rounded criminal!

  4. The other guy’s face is as lopsided as his is oval. And this all happened as a ” big parade ” was going on? This confirms my long held belief that parades should be banned. They require a town’s entire police force to either march in it or patrol its length. Perfect time for home invasions and robberies.

    And they’re like races you can’t bet on. The ones who start first always finish first.

    And don’t get me going about marching bands. Any band without a piano player in it just doesn’t do it for me.

  5. Ken Grabow says:

    its to house all those brains. you know the ones that tell you to rob the home two down from your own.

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