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Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week

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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: It's officially summer!

10)
Booked on suspicion of: Burglary
Maybe he was robbing a T-shirt stand?

9)
Booked on suspicion of: Disorderly conduct
The ultimate summer bummer: getting arrested in the middle of a hair cut...

8) 
Booked on suspicion of: Shoplifting
...Wait, we totally take that back—the ultimate summer bummer is getting arrested while tanning topless

7) 
Booked on suspicion of: Aggravated assault
Has Baz Luhrmann taught you nothing?! Don't forget the sunscreen

6)

Booked on suspicion of: Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
Sorry dude, 1995 called and Coolio wants his hair back

5)
Booked on suspicion of: Burglary and dangerous drug possession
"Edgy, unique styles don't just happen…they're created" — Benjamin Franklin (......or TIGI hair products, whatever)

4)
Booked on suspicion of: Dangerous drug possession
It's hard not to feel this way when it's 115 degrees in the shade

3)  
Booked on suspicion of: Narcotic drug possession
At least they let her take her pool towel?

2)
Booked on suspicion of: aggravated robbery
Business on the left, pool party on the right

1) 
Booked on suspicion of: Criminal damage
And that, dear friends, is how you end up with unfortunate summer tanlines

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