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Here are three young ladies who ran into some local area lawmen/women and guess what?  Right! BUSTED & CUFFED. We must treat ladies equally so they don't complain about being left out of BUSTED & CUFFED.

First meet Anna Katrina David, (not related to the hurricane) 36-years of age who ran into some officers in Friendswood, Texas on Signal Hill Drive.  We do not know all the details of their meeting but we do know Ms. Katrina landed in the slammer charged with Tampering with or Fabricating Physical Evidence.  Now that could cover a multitude of sins of which we are not aware, but she does not appear to be please about her accommodations.

Next up, Jessica Leigh Smith, 35, who had an unexpected and unwanted meeting with officers in League City, Texas.  She also landed in the slammer in much more trouble that the previous lady.  Smith was booked on charges of Felony Theft, and two (2) charges of Drug Possession, both misdemeanors.

Caitlyn Leigh Green 20-year old young lady was arrested in League City, Texas for Disorderly Conduct and Exposing Her Genitals (oh no!) at some apartments near the South Shore Harbor Marina.  She was also found to have an outstanding warrant for Driving On The Wrong Side of The Highway and Failure To Appear In Court.  Not a good day for this young lady.

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