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Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week: Glad to Sad

Following in the footsteps of our sister papers of South Florida, Miami New Times and Broward-Palm Beach New Times, we bring you the weekly roundup of visitors to the desert's own Fourth Avenue Jail.This week, the jail saw some happy campers and not-so-happy campers, so this week's collection of mugshots...
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Following in the footsteps of our sister papers of South Florida, Miami New Times and Broward-Palm Beach New Times, we bring you the weekly roundup of visitors to the desert's own Fourth Avenue Jail.

This week, the jail saw some happy campers and not-so-happy campers, so this week's collection of mugshots starts with a guy who just seems truly elated to be locked up, then folks just get progressively sadder:

See also: Mugshots of the Week in slideshow format

Charge: Assault, unlawful imprisonment, disorderly conduct
Who has two thumbs and is happy to be here? This guy!

Charge: Resisting Arrest
"And then he said, 'Stop resisting!' LOL!"

Charge: Assault
Assault on what? A World of Warcraft character?


Charge: False reporting to law enforcement
Is that a Barbie doll taped to your head? Fuck the po-lice, I guess.

Charge: Transportation theft, unlawful flight from law enforcement vehicle
The unique combination of pouty lips and a neck brace. This guy has potential.

Charge: Issuing a back check, driving with a suspended license
This mugshot is brought to you by the word "disappointment."


Charges: Burglary, possession of drug paraphernalia, shoplifting
Alec Baldwin with a hangover.

Charges: Shoplifting, dangerous-drug possession
The only thing less badass than moping after a shoplifting arrest is having a bright pink tattoo on your neck. Sorry, Monique.



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