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Pomade users? You bet! These gents were way ahead of their time and because of this we decided to honor them and their lovely locks. Check out these 10 Criminals from the 1920's with extremely hip heads of hair.
#1 - Mob Mentality: William Cahill looking dapper and calm all things considered. Arrested on July 30th, 1923. The reason for his arrest and crimes are unkown.
#2 A Safebreaker? That's right, Guiseppe Fiori, also known as Pemontto, poses cooly for most likely a robbery charge.
#3 No Fucks Given - Arrested on multiple occasions, Kelly Sidney was a notorious mobster from Australia spanning the 1920's, 1930's and 1940's. Some of his charges range from assault, assualt with a deadly weapon and running an illegal baccarat game in Syndey in the 1940's.
#4 All around Criminal - Harold Price, arrested in Sydney for committing a robbery and sentenced to two years of hard labor was considered a seasoned thief and gunman.
#5 Irish Mob - Arrested in 1923, these 4 men pose happily for their mug shot. Any guesses on their crime?
#6 Tought Guy - Ernest J. Coffey, seen here on June 2nd, 1922, seems like the type of guy you play cards with...right? ... Wrong.
#6 Clothes snatcher - Walter Smith was listed in the Police Gazette, 24 December 1924, as being 'charged with breaking & entering and dwelling-in-the-house of Edward Mulligan and stealing blinds with a value 20 pounds (parts recovered)', and with 'stealing clothing, a value of 26 pounds (recovered) in the dwelling house of Ernest Leslie Mortimer'. He was sentenced to six months' hard labour. How would you like to be chained to this guy for 6 months?
#7 Coin Master - Patrick Riley, pictured here was arrested on 11 August 1924 for making counterfeit coins and subsuquently sentenced to 2 years in a hard labor camp.