Jeff Jacobson's Joe Arpaio

Jeff Jacobson
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(Jacobson's piece was originally featured on our news blog, Valley Fever, but we couldn't resist his inclusion in MARKED...)

Name: Jeff Jacobson
Age: 23

My Leg (Butt) Piece:

"At this point in my life, [Arpaio's] the current enemy," says Jacobson, who served one month in Tent City on a burglary charge over the summer. While on work release, he told VF that he had his brother tattoo a picture of the sheriff kissing his ass -- on his ass.

Check out more about Jacobson's mark after the jump ... (Fair warning, the picture after the jump shows the tattoo, which really is on his butt.)

Jeff Jacobson

"It's Sheriff Joe's clown convention that pisses me off," he told VF. "I probably should have got a little more time for what I did but I was in there with guys who are there indefinitely because they didn't pay child support. It's crazy."

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