MONTEBELLO, CA—She may have had the perfect excuse emblazoned across her chest when police pulled her over.
Natasha Gascon, 34, was apprehended by Montebello Police Department officers on Wednesday, July 30 at approximately 9 p.m. The self-proclaimed undertaker was charged with “DUI/Alcohol/Drugs” (23152(A)/VC/M). Bail was set at $5,000.
The raven-haired woman was wearing a halter-top, of sorts, and according to arrest photos that accompanied the police records, she had a large tattoo across her upper chest at the base of her neck. The body art was the full-color logo for the band The Cramps, a seminal psycho-billy band that had hit songs such as “Drug Train,” “I Can’t Hardly Stand It” and “New Kind of Kick.” The band started in the mid-1970s and has had a devoted cult following since their first LP in 1980 and has played a great many times throughout southern California.
It was unknown if during the field sobriety test her car stereo was playing “The Way I Walk.”