Dumbest Criminals of All Time - Matthew Ray Creel was pulled over for allegedly driving with a faulty headlight in May 2010. When Santa Fe, Texas, cops searched his car they say they found marijuana hidden inside a court order about an earlier marijuana possession citation. Creel, 21, was taken to Galveston County Jail and booked on a charge of possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.

Dumbest Criminals of All Time - Matthew Ray Creel was pulled over for allegedly driving with a faulty headlight in May 2010. When Santa Fe, Texas, cops searched his car they say they found marijuana hidden inside a court order about an earlier marijuana possession citation. Creel, 21, was taken to Galveston County Jail and booked on a charge of possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.

Bestselling author, former TV writer to discuss new book at Rancho Santa Fe Library - http://www.facebook.com/1444677875841839/posts/1599669927009299

Bestselling author, former TV writer to discuss new book at Rancho Santa Fe Library - http://www.facebook.com/1444677875841839/posts/1599669927009299

Pancho Villa's death mask -- look close, you can see the bullet hole in his forehead. History Collection NMHM, DCA, 10902/45 Gift of Mayor Sam Pick for City of Santa Fe. Photo by Blair Clark, DCA.

Pancho Villa's death mask -- look close, you can see the bullet hole in his forehead. History Collection NMHM, DCA, Gift of Mayor Sam Pick for City of Santa Fe. Photo by Blair Clark, DCA.

Sam Shepard 5/25/2016 DUI

Sam Shepard 5/25/2016 DUI

Florida police use black suspects mugshots for target practice  Read more: http://www.bellenews.com/2015/01/17/world/us-news/florida-police-use-black-suspects-mugshots-for-target-practice/#ixzz3P4RGGrVg Follow us: @bellenews on Twitter | bellenewscom on Facebook

Florida police officers have been criticized for using mugshots of black suspects for target practice. The images used by North Miami Beach

Christopher Kit” Carson  (1809-1868) -- Carson was a legendary scout, mountain man and Indian fighter, who ranged throughout the West, lived on the Santa Fe Trail near Cimarron, New Mexico, and later in Taos, New Mexico. After the Civil War, Carson moved to Colorado in the hope of expanding his ranching business. He died there in 1868, and the following year his remains were moved to a small cemetery near his old home in Taos, New Mexico.

Christopher Kit” Carson (1809-1868) -- Carson was a legendary scout, mountain man and Indian fighter, who ranged throughout the West, lived on the Santa Fe Trail near Cimarron, New Mexico, and later in Taos, New Mexico. After the Civil War, Carson moved to Colorado in the hope of expanding his ranching business. He died there in 1868, and the following year his remains were moved to a small cemetery near his old home in Taos, New Mexico.

Mugshots-Team Players get what they want by working together,adorably! #‎summerburromadness #‎myfavoritecoloriswild #‎barbmeiklefineart  Barbara Meikle Fine Art

Joyful, bold, vibrant expressions are an integral aspect of Barbara Meikle Fine Art gallery, Santa Fe. A culmination of Barbara Meikle\\\'s dream of having her own art gallery, her mission is to provide art that is at once uplifting and joyful.

A bullwhacker with his whip, circa 1850s. These were the men and sometimes women who walk alongside the freight wagons cracking bullwhips to keep the yoked oxen moving, made camp every evening to feed, water and rest themselves and their beasts.

A bullwhacker with his whip, circa These were the men who cracked bullwhips to keep the yoked oxen of the the freight wagons moving, made camp every evening to feed, water and rest themselves and their beasts. (Zane Grey just called them "freighters.

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