Most wanted

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department maintains a list of the area’s most wanted felons. Below is a selective breakdown of these 54 alleged deviants according to information provided by the department. The numbers reveal a wide pattern of crimes, gender participation and body-art preferences. One thing they all have in common, however, is they can fetch you up to $1,000 if you help capture them.

Most common crime by men: drug possession

Most common crime by women: three-way tie between welfare fraud, probation violation and drug possession

Percentage of those with tattoos: 37 percent

Most common tattoo location for men: arms

Most common tattoo location for women: ankle and shoulders

Number of persons with the numbers “2” and “9” tattooed to their arms: 2

Percentage of males with a moustache or beard: 70 percent

Percentage of those over the age of 30: 72 percent

Percentage of those with an alias: 65 percent

Percentage of those whose alias incorporates part of their real name: 34 percent

Number of those who visibly smiled for their mug shot: 2

Age of oldest person and crime committed: 59, wanted for a lewd act on a dependent adult by a caretaker

Age of youngest person and crime committed: 21, wanted for burglary (with priors)

Tallest person and alias: 6 feet 4 inches, Grandmaster

Source: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.