Ever since the Stockton Police Department posted the mug shot of humpy felon Jeremy Meeks Wednesday evening, social media has been all abuzz. The busted beauty has become the nation’s badboy fantasy lover, with his pic on the Stockton Police Department Facebook page getting 75,000 “likes” and over 10,ooo shares. “I’ve never seen that many likes for a photo before,” said Officer Joseph Silva, a spokesman for the police department.
But you can all just put away your fuck-me pumps and sweet-smelling perfume because you don’t stand a chance. Apparently, he’s already taken. Notorious man-trap Dianne Brill just posted a not-at-all Photoshopped pic of her and Meeks in a loving embrace. So everybody just return to your dull little lives, Dianne wins the internet today.
Update on Meeks from the Stockton Police Department’s Facebook page
People v Jeremy Meeks. Meeks, 30, was charged today by way of complaint. The complaint alleges that Meeks is a Felon in Possession of a Firearm, along with other firearm and gang related charges. At his arraignment, his bail was raised to $1,000,000 and he was appointed a public defender. His next court date is June 27th at 8:30 AM.
Meeks was stopped by Stockton Police yesterday at approximately 6:30 AM, after he and others were observed leaving a home where a search warrant was about to be executed. Meeks was the driver of a car with two passengers; one of the passengers is Terry Bailey, 23, who is on probation. Baily will also be similarly charged.
A search of the passenger compartment yielded a 9mm round of ammunition and a small amount of what is believed to be marijuana. A search of the trunk located an unregistered and loaded Springfield Armory .45 caliber XD(M) semi-automatic handgun along with two extended magazines for the firearm.
Meeks, has a felony conviction and a two year state prison sentence stemming from a 2002 conviction for grand theft from a person (a lesser offense to a robbery) out of Solano County. His documented gang membership, as well as Bailey’s, with Northside Gangster Crips forms the basis for the gang allegations in the complaint.
A recent resisting arrest conviction suffered by Meeks out of Manteca will result in a Violation of Probation also being filed today.