Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week: Project Runway
At the end of the week, we bring you a roundup of visitors to the desert's own Fourth Avenue Jail. To be considered for our Maricopa County mugshots of the week, get arrested, strike a pose, and we'll take care of the rest.
This week, we look for the folks who dressed up for the occasion and have an obvious sense of fashion. We gave points for collared shirts, color-coordination, or anything that reveals the suspect made a smart clothing decision.
Booked on suspicion of: Robbery Ready for work.
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Booked on suspicion of: Child prostitution Nice office shirt that goes with maroon T-shirt.
Booked on suspicion of: Armed robbery With this casual business look, the suspect appears ready for a job interview or nearly any professional setting.
Booked on suspicion of: Reckless driving, probation violation Pucker up! Good color-match for the hair.
Booked on suspicion of: Failure to pay fines Average pink T-shirt made work-acceptable with a color-coordinated dress-shirt.
Booked on suspicion of: Drug-dealing This delicate blouse adds some spice but isn't too risque for the office.
Booked on suspicion of: Marijuana possession A fashionable T-shirt that fits well.
Booked on suspicion of: Managing/financing a crime syndicate Bold, colorful, string tank top that shows off a well-placed tattoo.
Booked on suspicion of: Assault, theft. You're never fully dressed without a smile.
Booked on suspicion of: Unlawful means of transportation An overall well-put-together package.
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