‘Topless’ female barber arrested for practicing without a license

‘Topless’ female barber arrested for practicing without a license

[Ed. note: License to do what?]

Longmont police arrested a 46-year-old woman — who is accused of offering topless hairstyling services in Johnstown and Loveland — on suspicion of practicing cosmetology without a license in Longmont, according to court records.

Suzette Hall, also known as Suzette Dawe, was arrested Wednesday night at her Loveland home on a Boulder County warrant with a $25,000 bond, police reported. Court records do not yet show when she is due to appear in front of a judge. She was arrested on suspicion of a second offense of practicing barbering and cosmetology without a license and felony criminal impersonation.

Longmont police began investigating Hall over a report that she bounced a number of checks to pay for chair rental at a salon on the 2200 block of Main Street. Longmont Police Detective Stephen Desmond recalled her from a 2008 case in which she was practicing without a license. In that case she was ordered to give up practicing the use of unauthorized tools for manicures and to cease and desist from performing permanent makeup services. State officials told police she still does not have a license to practice.

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