Stillwater couple's pock-faced, cross-eyed mugshots double as anti-meth advertising [PHOTOS]

Categories: Crime, Drugs
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Meth: Just Say No (but if you don't, try not to scratch your face)
Don't want your kid to do meth? Plaster the mugshots of Stillwater's Ashley Brooker and Nicholas Doyle to little Johnny's wall. While you might have to worry about him having nightmares, he'll probably never be tempted to touch crank.

This week, Brooker, 23, and Doyle, 25, pleaded guilty to felony drug charges after they were arrested in the midst of a chaotic scene at Stillwater's Lakeview Hospital last November.

On that November day, EMTs responded when Brooker, "extremely agitated" and flailing her arms, was seen digging through the passenger's side of a vehicle in the hospital parking lot. They called police. When police arrived, Brooker told them she was looking for her boyfriend's finger, which she falsely believed had been severed and lost somewhere inside the vehicle. Meth is a hell of a drug!

Turned out Doyle, her boyfriend, was inside the hospital getting treated for a cut to his finger, which remained firmly attached to his hand.

That must've been good news to Brooker, but bad news was forthcoming -- EMTs couldn't help but notice "severe pock marks, scarring, and scabs on the woman's face." Furthermore, police couldn't help but notice that a cap to a hypodermic syringe was sitting right on the driver's seat. Officers searched the car and found a syringe full of what was later found to be methamphetamine in the driver's console, and Brooker was hauled to jail. Here's what she looked like:
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Officers later found a hypodermic syringe cap in Doyle's front pocket. He admitted Brooker drove him to the hospital, and Brooker admitted she was on a six-day meth binge, during which time she hadn't slept. Doyle was arrested and charged with fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. Here's his mean-mugshot:
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This week, Doyle pleaded guilty to the drug possession charge. Brooker pleaded guilty to a drug possession charge and to driving under the influence of a controlled substance. Both will be sentenced this summer and could face up to five years in prison.

You don't ever want to end up looking like either of these two, right kids? So stay away from crank, and if your face happens to itch for a non-meth related reason, remember to scratch it gently.

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malcolmkyle16
malcolmkyle16 topcommenter

In addition to the many economical and societal costs of prohibition, it has a long history of driving the spread of harder or more dangerous drugs.

MARIJUANA to dangerous synthetic concoctions —such as AM-2201, JWH-018, JWH-073, or HU-210, (called Spice or K2 etc.)
POPPIES to morphine, to heroine, to krokodil.
COCA to cocaine, to crack, to Paco/Kete/Bazuco/Pitillo.
EPHEDRA to ephedrine, to methamphetamine.
MUSHROOMS to ecstasy (MDMA), to PMMA, to MDPV, to 2CB/designers.

At every step the reasons for the rise in popularity of the new form of the drug are one or more of the following:

* It may be easier to smuggle.
* It may be more addictive, thus compelling the buyer to return more frequently.
* It may be cheaper to produce, therefore yielding more profit.
* Like a game of "whack a mole" a shutdown of producers in one area will mean business opportunities for another set of producers with a similar product.

Prohibition's distortion of the immutable laws of 'supply and demand' subsidizes organized crime, foreign terrorists, corrupt cops, and unconscionable politicians, while feeding the prejudices of self-appointed culture warriors everywhere. So called Tough-On-Drugs politicians have happily built careers on confusing prohibition's horrendous collateral damage with the substances that they claim to be fighting while the big losers in this battle are everybody else, especially we the taxpayers.

So how come so many of us have been deluded into believing that big government is the appropriate response to non-traditional consensual vices?

Imagine if we were to chop down every single tree on the planet as a response to our failure to prevent tree-climbing accidents. That's what our misguided drug policy looks like.
Isn't it time we all stood up and told the government, we're tired of being beaten and jailed so that pharmaceutical companies can poison and kill us for obscene profits?

Prohibition prevents regulation: Legalize, regulate and tax!

jinxmchue
jinxmchue

Too bad.  She'd be a pretty girl otherwise.  And what's with his left eye?  Is it normally like that?

Isaac Anthony
Isaac Anthony

Five years in prison is considered a good penalty to a couple of young adults addicted to meth?  WTF, AMERICA?!?!?

Chanda S Healton
Chanda S Healton

You think Meth is bad> Look up a Russian drug called Krocodil It is a million times worse. leaves your skin rotting to the bone!  Soooo I think I have figured out the whole Zombie Apocalypse thing and how it is going to start.If you don't know what Iam talking about use google for  details as the pictures are far too gross for me to post here. Either one of 2 things will happen and it will happen either here or in Russia. My first therory is that a Bath Salts Junkie will visit Russia and get the Krocodil junkies hooked on bath Salts. Theory number 2 involves the drug Krocodil coming to the USA and meeting Bath Salts  junkies. Instant Zombie Apocalypse in the making, Krocodil is known to eat the flesh and leave exposed bone! Imagine if these two drugs were ever mixed? 

Lock Everyone Up
Lock Everyone Up

YOU, yes YOU, reading could be one of these people, everyone's addicted to something. Someone below had a great comment that I fully agree with: Hey, let's incarcerate these people and make them more hardened criminals in the clink instead of giving them help needed. Amerikkkas problem to everything, lock them up. Uh oh, I think I hear the thought police coming....time to go.

eric r
eric r

looks like popeye and olive oil.   lol

eric r
eric r

what a waste of such a pretty girl.  too bad stupid comes in all shapes and sizes.  Like ron white says "you cant fix stupid"

JB
JB

Why is Dr. J/the author posting as Deal With It? I don't get it.

Deal With It
Deal With It

(mockingly) THEY chose this path  ... If I couldn't judge and label others I would have no reason to be alive.  blah, blah, blah, I'm a self-righteous inbred douche bag.

Hunter Warne
Hunter Warne

THEY chose this path.  I feel ZERO sympathy for them.  THEY chose to take meth.  No one forced them too.  This isn't nursery school, this is REAL life.  YOU make your choices and YOU live with them.  Blaming others for YOUR choices is weak and immature way to get of a problem that YOU created when YOU chose to take meth.  Sympathy is the last thing I feel for these two.

April
April

5 years in prison for being dumb enough to do a terrible drug, then getting addicted to it?  They need treatment, not punishment.

J E
J E

I don't care about scabby or winky up there, or any other junky piece of garbage. They can live in their sad underworld of shame and ruin their lives all they want. I'm not going to have a drop of sympathy for them because they've done it to themselves. It was their choice to get on the path of dying in a gutter. The biggest shame is when they get even 1 penny of my tax dollars, via government assistance of any sort.

Dougee909
Dougee909

This is so stupid. Cops run across somebody who's obviously in need of serious MEDICAL help to get off an addiction, and what do they do? Throw them in jail for five years! Does that make even the slightest bit of sense? Only to the Amerikan police state and the prison-industrial complex. which incarcerates more people per capita than any other developed nation in the world.

The drug war will never be won -- especially if it is fought like a war, with addicts being, effectively, POWs. Addicts should (if they choose and realize what a mess their lives have become) receive compassionate and competent medical care, not thrown in a cage with hardened criminals where they will come out bitter and with an even greater desire to get back on the stuff.

End the cycle of addiction. End the drug war, NOW!

hicmic
hicmic

Hey look at me! I'm commenting! Blah, blah, blah! Political views! Blah, blah, blah!

Tucker Latham
Tucker Latham

I couldn't help but notice that there was a lot of couldn't help but noticing going on in this case.

Sorry...

...couldn't help it.

obbop
obbop

Over the decades, almost everywhere I lived, cranksters (meth addicts) lived.

As a part of the USA's working-poor underclass performing necessary jobs but whose pay steadily fell behind inflation and benefits?  Hah hah hah hah...... too easily replaced by an illegal alien for employers to offer more than the minimum needed for mere survival.

Anyway..... I noticed that almost always the cranksters were scummy, low-class, ignorant losers to begin with.

It was very rare to see a moral, semi-intelligent person to even try the meth let alone make it the center of one's life.

Scum on mind-altering drugs who so frequently have to resort to crime to obtain life necessities; with crank/meth being priority number one.

Richard Garyson
Richard Garyson

Five years in prison for doing meth? They are their own victims and now they stand to suffer even more as a result of our government's self-righteous persecution of its own citizens.  End the war on drugs and perhaps people will stop using these toxic concoctions of comet and cough syrup, and use safer, more conventional drugs.

Happybuzzin
Happybuzzin

All I can say is their lawyers must have sucked. DUI when you were found parked in the parking lot and drug possession for a cap in your pocket and you weren't in the car. Smh

Politically Incorrect
Politically Incorrect

While I do believe that operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs/alcohol is illegal the truth is these two will more than likely get out of jail and continue to use and that's where the real problem lies along with the jail sentence they should be given mandatory drug treatment and be subject to random screening but sadly until they are truly ready to quit nothing and no one will be able to make them

Joe Schmoe
Joe Schmoe

amazing, 6 days on meth and Brooker still maintains a youthful appearance ( not counting the horrendous scab wounds )

Pawnmasta
Pawnmasta

Wow that is some BAAAAAAAAD shiznit.

It isn't as prevalent up here in the Northeast (I have business interests down south why I read this) but it's coming no doubt.

Badtastic
Badtastic

I unfortunately did meth for quite a few years when i was younger. I never got to this point. I don't get it.

Yongfang
Yongfang

Pretty white girl, or was before the junk.

I have done drugs and I tried meth three times, the last time smoking it with tin foil. That stuff got me so paranoid and just wigged out of my head. I was awake about 24 hours, afraid the police were after me, just a feeling of primal fear. After I came down from that garbage, I resolved never to do it again, and I never did.

A Mom
A Mom

I feel a lot of emotions after reading this story.  Sympathy, disgust, fear, gratitude (that I don't have to deal with anything like this in my life!), and anger.  To state that this is not a crime is just plain asinine!  She was driving while high on meth and hadn't slept for six days......I hope you or your loved ones are lucky enough to never be on the same road with any other methamphetamine hooked, sleep deprived, extremely agitated lunatic!

Vickie Blanchette
Vickie Blanchette

I feel a lot of emotions after reading this story.  Sympathy, disgust, fear, gratitude (that I don't have to deal with anything like this in my life!), and anger.  To state that this is not a crime is just plain asinine!  She was driving while high on meth and hadn't slept for six days......I hope you or your loved ones are lucky enough to never be on the same road with any other methamphetamine hooked, sleep deprived, extremely agitated lunatic!

Alex
Alex

Drug addiction should not be a crime. What good does it do to send these two people to jail? Are they evil people because they got caught on a bad ride and have messed up their physiology? Up to five years in prison for harming themselves?

Also, this article lacks sympathy and that is unfortunate.

HyperboleJoe
HyperboleJoe

@Isaac Anthony So true, and so idiotic. Prison will not help these people in the least. It would be far less expensive and potentially more helpful to put them in some kind of treatment program for the same amount of time. Follow that with four years of training to become productive members of society, which would cost the same amount as prison, but lord no! We can't help those suffering. If a person is rotting away in expensive, private prisons we have no problem paying for that, but as soon as an unfortunate person gets a handout people are looking to cut off their hands. Unfortunately, the huddled masses are not looked at with pity, but anger and frustration. 

drushit
drushit

Dude, krocodil is in america, someone is making it right now. The problem with krocodile is that it is a subsitute for heroin. Heroin junkies dont give a shit about bathsalts. People who live in small towns far away from other towns and are hooked on heroin end up making krocodil because theres no heroin there. So you dont smuggle it, its made in your kitchen.

drushit
drushit

Spoken as someone who has never done anyhting wrong or had a seroius problem, must be nice to be you. I made a mistake, unfortunatly, young people make mistakes and I can tell you right now that this is not something anyone wants to do, you make one little mistake and suddenly you`re in hell, everything is upside down and inside out. And how do you get out of that when your mind is going nuts? I got away fortunatly, and I learned enought to know that laughing at speed freaks or calling them stupid is idiotic. Its not what they want to do, no one wants to do this to themselfes but they are trapped in a way you know nothing about.

Happybuzzin
Happybuzzin

That just means she hasn't been using for that long. Trust it will all catch up to her if she continues to use.

Dr. J
Dr. J

HAHA what a loser!! what kind of sick, pathetic individual has a drug problem.

StevenMN
StevenMN

 I tried meth too but luckily for me I didn't have drug connections. I tried to get more but couldn't find it. If I had I would look just like these people. It was a high that I felt I had to keep chasing. Never, never again !!

Dr. J
Dr. J

 Cool story Congresswoman Bachmann.

Dr. J
Dr. J

Your emotions are those of a drugged out lunatic.

Guest
Guest

So how many people die every year in vehicle crashes caused by "methamphetamine hooked, sleep deprived, extremely agitated lunatics," as you put it? And then consider the amount of people killed by drunk drivers....which one is illegal again???

Shane Seckler
Shane Seckler

No worse than people texting while driving.

I was going to say "teenagers texting while driving", but I see all ages doing it, every damn day.I wish it were legal to shoot them in the head.

Nisha 'Munson' Adamietz
Nisha 'Munson' Adamietz

Drug addiction itself is not a crime. However, SOME (see, I said some, not all, chill people) who do drugs do commit crimes.  The reasons why we as a society and its laws should say we do not want heavy (meth, etc) drug addicts: 1. For the concern that they could harm themselves or others on one of these binges 2. For them to potentially sell to others.  3. For the financial costs governments and taxpayers inevitably take on in all forms when they can't pay themselves.  4. The overall destruction to the person's well being. People typically (some, not all, chill) consume such things to escape. Maybe we should help them deal with what they're running away from.  * the terms they and them are being directed to drug addicts as a whole, not directly at the two people in this article.  LASTLY (In regard to the five years in prison statement) Despite pleading guilty to a felony, it will probably be pleaded out in some way, and they'll probably get some jail time and parole b.s.  I know plenty of people (a sibling, and his friends) who never do more than jail time. Usually the amount of years, and severity (jail vs prison) is distinguished so the courts can use the proper "tools."   Its similar to the concept of  determining if property damage is a felony or a misdemeanor based on cost. The more severe the starting point, the longer the probation/community service. etc. How do I know? Wonderful life of growing up with a meth addict for a sibling.

Victory
Victory

They had the choice to do drugs or not to do drugs...and the repercussion if they get caught...If that was Your Car getting vandalized...you would be singing a different song...Accountability !!!! You make the choice...Pay the Consequences...

Duuuuurp
Duuuuurp

Yeah, wait until YOU get robbed or stabbed by some meth head."Not a crime", god you are a fool.

Jack D. Ripper
Jack D. Ripper

The U.S. spends $40 billion dollars a year to enforce a war against SOME drugs. It's actually closer to $75 billion if you count State costs, foreign interdiction including military, and unfunded mandates to various states and agencies. 

We could fix almost every school in America at those prices. We could stop the families being ripped apart because one member fell into this sickness od body, mind, and "spirit." We divert that money to harm reduction and treatment, and we return taxpaying citizens to the streets instead of hardened felons, even if they weren't when they went in.

All of this can be fixed if we repeal Prohibition. On all of it. However, the moralists and the people making their fortunes from Prohibition (and there are hundreds of industries and companies doing so) will prevent it and defend it to the last, until our treasury is emptied and our money worthless and only then will they desert their principles and hold the system as "untenable."

After that, the police will simply shoot on sight.

adarc
adarc

Well, they won't be eating anyone's face off, or driving into my car while on a 6 day meth binge. And HEYYYYY, maybe they won't be doing any drugs either. If druggies only hurt themselves I couldn't care less. But the fact is, they screw up the lives of just about everyone they come in contact with.

Guest
Guest

Addiction is not a crime, but they drove while high on meth. They could have hurt someone and should be punished for that.

Dani
Dani

Drug Addiction is not a crime. Purchasing and using drugs is the crime. And amazingly, if you don't do the illegal part, you don't have to worry about being a "victim" of addiction. 

Dr. J
Dr. J

 It's a complex emotion because I do feel sympathy for people that obviously need help but then again I want to make fun of that dude's eye.  Let's end the drug war because these two need help, not punishment.  I still think we can make a few jokes within reason.  I like that better than mean comments.

Danyell_
Danyell_

Dr. J,    How tightly closed is your perspective in life?  Was your life really so perfect that you can cast all this judgement on others?   Lets focus on the bigger picture here, and stop calling people names because they chose a life path a little different from yours.   Open your mind. Let is breathe!  

Dr. J
Dr. J

You tried meth because you are  a weak-minded individual. meth head

peckerhead
peckerhead

I tried it too. Tastes like shit!

Research
Research

I hear you.  I had a connection and from what I heard from regular users, a good one.  Smoked it maybe close to 15 times in a two month period.  Between seeing two girls beginning to look like crap and that awful feeling of coming down, I put the two together and decided never to touch it again.  Self discipline.  Even now I get that kind of quit smoking cigarettes feeling in the chest when thinking of the meth smoke build up to inhale.  But no matter what, never touching that crap again.  If anything, it's a good lesson to pass on.  Haven't seen it in the last ten years but being a regular visiter to the bars in Anoka, the offer has been extended over the years.

Dr. J
Dr. J

blah lbah blah. Howmany people die from guns. Thats what we should all relly focuson

Dr. J
Dr. J

You really are an idiot arent you

Dr. J
Dr. J

I am a druggie and I have never screwed up anybody's life!

Guest
Guest

Dr. J is simply ignoring the fact that they drove high on meth because he/she just wants to rant about politics. 

Dr. J
Dr. J

Addiction IS a crime. You can only be addicted if you are brekaing law. ALl people with addictions should be cremated!!!

Dr. J
Dr. J

Thank you for your contribution Dani.  One problem with society is cruel stupid people like you only have Fox News and internet comment boards to spout your extremely cruel and stupid opinions.   What I love most about your theory is that its been around for a very long time and led to America's War on Drugs.  Trillions of dollars and millions of lives ruined later people like you refuse to look at the problem a different way because that might involve having empathy or thinking for more than 3 seconds.   Good thing stupid braindead morons like you refuse to question or change your dumbass opinion so we can keep destroying people's lives. 

Badtastic
Badtastic

Coming from the guy who followed me to another post to ridicule my past drug use. Did my pro-gun slamming, insult your frail existence?

Stan
Stan

You really ARE stupid, aren't you?  Or Schizophrenic.

"I still think we can make a few jokes within reason.  I like that better than mean comments."

Followed by:

"Good thing stupid braindead morons like you..."

Danaldrich24
Danaldrich24

Wah wah wah...how many peopme dieing from guns should not be a focus. You're against gun rights I'm sure. Guns are not the problem its the people usaing them. If you take guns away from law abiding citizens that is just bs. There is always a black market and that will not stop criminal from getting them. The law abiding people should be allowed to defend themselves. The problem is the damn dealers who do not do the proper screening. The government should be funding that rather than the stupid stuff they do so people who do follow the laws are allowed to defend themselves

Stan
Stan

Probably because nobody wants to be anywhere near you.  Douche.

Dr. J
Dr. J

I am not a he/she. That's not funny so don't say it. I am tired of kids picking on me all of the time!! I am right. It is scientifically proven I am right. DOWN WITH GUNS!!!

Dougee909
Dougee909

 What about people addicted to legal painkillers, like your hero Rush Limbaugh?

Caconrad629
Caconrad629

It is their choice to destroy their own lives.  Chances are, no one held a gun to their head, forcing them to do a drug that they know is going to destroy their lives.  The problem with you liberal pussies is that you don't hold anyone accountable for their actions. 

Johnsav2020
Johnsav2020

You are a very abusive, rigid person. I feel empathy for people closest to you . Help is out there Doctor Jay, there is no shame in asking for it.

Regards, the community :)

Pawnmasta
Pawnmasta

Whats even funnier is the site that says it is "Fair and Balanced" doesn't ALLOW comments, So the derps have to find somewhere to spout their misinformation or they will burst.

Badtastic
Badtastic

"your constant lying about what I said"I have asked, and continue to ask you for one example of this. You have yet to provide.

"I'm sorry you are crying"Crying like a fox.

"I feel sympathy for your addiction"It was no addiction. I quit when I moved and never had a craving for it again.

"know what I mean meth brain"Once again, it's "meth-brain." Even my drug addled mind can grasp this concept.

Dr. J
Dr. J

 Actually it was your stupid sexism and your lying.   The only reason I got so mad at you in the gun string of comments was your constant lying about what I said.  Then I got sick of your insults so I started insulting you back.  I'm sorry you are crying because I wouldn't let you make sexist comments without attempting to make you look stupid.  I feel sympathy for your addiction but I will still mock you for posting stupid sexist thoughts meth brain.  I feel sympathy for the guy and the girl in the story here but I more than likely wouldn't give two shits what they think about anything because meth brains aren't too smart, know what I mean meth brain? 

Dr. J
Dr. J

 I like jokes better than mean comments.  I still like mean comments against idiot Republicans.   Does that make it simple enough for you to understand.   You really have a crush on me to follow me from story to story huh weirdo?   Making fun of gun ownership really got your panties in a bunch.  I bet that gun owners with micro penises comment was a little too close to home huh?

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