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Man Whose Mugshot Went Viral Has Been Arrested Again

Man Whose Mugshot Went Viral Has Been Arrested Again
Charles Dion McDowell Mugshot whose mugshot went viral arrested again.

Man Whose Mugshot Went Viral Has Been Arrested Again

Charles Dion McDowell

Charles Dion McDowell

31-year-old Charles Dion McDowell has been arrested again, this time in Alabama.

The man whose previous mugshot went viral recently was arrested again after authorities say he tried to elude law enforcement.

McDowell was booked into the Lee County Detention Center in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

He also faces charges of 2nd-degree possession of marijuana, reckless driving, driving with license revoked, and improper lane usage.

His bond was set at $5,400. He has already bonded out of jail.

The comments on the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office’s post featuring his mugshot were widely circulated around the internet.


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