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'Joker' arrested again, this time on marijuana charge

Lawrence Sullivan accused of pointing gun at passing vehicle days earlier

Lawrence Sullivan, nicknamed the Joker because of his green hair and distinct facial tattoos, was arrested again.
Lawrence Sullivan, nicknamed the Joker because of his green hair and distinct facial tattoos, was arrested again.

MIAMI – A Miami-Dade County man with green hair and some distinct facial tattoos that have earned him the nickname of the Joker has been arrested for the second time in a little more than a week.

Lawrence Sullivan, 29, was arrested early Thursday morning on a marijuana possession charge.

It was his second arrest since May 23, when he was accused of pointing a gun at passing vehicles at the corner of Southwest 104th Street and Hammocks Boulevard.

Police said Sullivan told the arresting officer that he didn't have a gun permit because it was too expensive.

Among the man's face tattoos are the words "Joker" stenciled across his forehead, next to a Batman logo with profanity scribbled within it.

Sullivan was booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center. His bond was set at $1,000.