On July 17th, this as-yet unidentified male subject stabbed a Portland, Oregon bus driver in the neck. The driver, 40 year-old Fadi Hamad, was treated for a ‘non life-threatening’ stab wound, which was (like any place in your neck) only inches from major blood vessels. Why are police so sure they’ll get their man sooner rather than later? This composite sketch has something to do with it…
The man who stabbed a TriMet bus driver had a distinctive checkerboard tattoo around his neck, a police sketch of the suspect revealed Thursday…
In addition to the tattoo around his neck, there are now more details about his description:
- White male in his mid-30s
- 5 feet, 9 inches tall
- Medium build
- Medium-length brown hair
- Unshaven face with several scars
- Last seen wearing a green t-shirt and black pants
With a $1000 reward on his head and a checkerboard tattoo around his neck, this f-ed-up meth addict (note the facial sores) is going to have a very hard time staying one step ahead of the law. If his tat doesn’t give him away, the fact that Gollum is wearing a turtleneck in August will put the cops on him like white on rice.
Here’s hoping, anyway.