Yup. A classic case of profiling, which is wrong. Sure, they got their man (maybe--let's wait for the trial, because they might well have just pinched the first guy with tattoos who came along, because we all know that they all look alike to the cops). But at what cost? Tattooed people are people, too. They need to be able to enjoy the same freedoms as everyone without fear of getting arrested on the basis of self expression.Just one more example of police profiling...LOL. Now they're profiling the "Tat Brats!"
Seriously, this could be fodder for the next edition of America's Dumbest Criminals.