BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We try not to stereotype here at BocaNewsNow.com, but we have to admit that we’re not exactly surprised that a guy with tattoos covering his neck — and we mean all of his neck — was cuffed and stuffed for allegedly being a bad guy.
The Boca Raton Police Department charged Robert Schneider, 36, with the thuggish offenses of “driving while license is suspended 3rd or subsequent offense,” “drug possession — controlled substance without a prescription,” and two counts of possessing a “harmful new legend” drug without a prescription.
Schneider, of West Camino Real, was booked into the Palm Beach County where he remains Saturday night.
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