Mugshots of the Week

Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week



At the end of the week, we bring you a roundup of visitors to the Fourth Avenue Jail in downtown Phoenix. To be considered for Mugshots of the Week, get arrested, strike a pose, and we'll take care of the rest. 

This week: We start publishing Mugshots on Thursday mornings instead of Friday, because we just can't wait.




10)


Booked on suspicion of: Assault

Awwww... Did we get a couple of boo-boos?





9) 



Booked on suspicion of: Criminal Damage

The jail's medical staff will be right with you. No, they won't — just kidding.





8)





Booked on suspicion of: Shoplifting

The Doors. Hell, yeah.




7)




Booked on suspicion of: Assault

He'll never forget the day the mountain bike ran over his face.





6)





Booked on suspicion of: Criminal damage

This is so bogus.






5)





Booked on suspicion of: Criminal damage

Did she get that Hello Kitty tattoo done at Claire's?





4)



Booked on suspicion of: Criminal damage

Arizona — he's all yours.





3)









Booked on suspicion of: Driver's license suspension/revocation

C'mon, sing with us: Everything's gonna be all right...



2)










Booked on suspicion of: Failure to appear

Mother's Day present to herself. 


1)



Booked on suspicion of: Drugs and shoplifting

The expression totally goes with the shirt.




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