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If you spotted Carlton Jermaine Davis on the street, you'd probably run the other way, even if you didn't know his criminal history.

A woman in St. Paul, Minn., called police after her encounter with him. She said he robbed her of her cell phone and keys -- and then told her, "Now I'm going to suck your feet."

And he did. The victim said she was too shocked to do anything.

St. Paul police Commander Kevin Casper said the attack was "weird sexual behavior," and Davis was apprehended minutes later, and police dubbed him the "Toe-Licker".

The incident occurred in September 2007, and Davis was 26 at the time. He was charged with robbery. In February 2008 he was sentenced to five years of "probation and evaluation".

Carlton Davis Mug Shot

We dunno: do you think five years of "evaluation" will be enough?

Source: WCCO-TV

Most Recent Comments

Posted by Edward in Virginia on February 5, 2010:

I have to wonder: Was the fellow actually born with strabismus in both eyes or did he deliberately cross them for the mug shot?


I did wonder myself. If he crossed them on purpose to look silly, then it serves him right that the public record photo was released to the public! -rc

Posted by Greg in CT on February 9, 2010:

You mean I have to lick TOADS, not TOES, to get high?

Posted by Steve from Lafayette, CO on July 1, 2010:

I wouldn't worry about this guy too much.

He seems to have an abnormally near-sighted focus so the worst he can do is injure you only if he gets his face close enough to you to figure out where to touch you next.

All you gotta do is hold him out at arms length, or maybe better 10-foot-pole length. Maybe 10-foot-tazer-pole length even. Yeah, that's it.

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