FUGITIVE SPORTING “LAUGH NOW, CRY LATER TATOO”, GETS HIS WISH, THANKS TO MCSO WARRANTS-US MARSHALS FUGITIVE TASK FORCE
It wasn’t the number of tattoos that let warrants detectives know they had their man, it was the story book painted on the limbs of 26-year old Charles Pursley that gave him away. “Stay True”, “Hard Head”, “White Trash” and “Laugh now, Cry Later”, are just a few signature tattoos that decorate the arms of the fugitive.
Pursley, who was wanted on a warrant for robbery and battery on a detainee, fled to Palm Beach County where he has been hiding since August. Through investigative leads, Martin County Sheriff’s Warrants Detectives, working in the capacity of the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force, were able to track Pursley to a home in Palm Beach County. When detectives arrived, Pursley must have been getting his affairs in order, because he refused to answer the door. After a few more attempts to get Pursley’s attention, warrants detectives let themselves in and took him into custody without incident.
Charles Pursley was brought back to Martin County and booked into the Martin County Jail, where he’s no longer laughing. His bond is $32,500.00 bond.