Mugshots of the Week

Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week: Major Dysfunction



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, all of our alleged offenders have what appears to be some sort of major dysfunction. Enjoy.

10.)

Charges: Shoplifting
Hey man, look at the bright side. You still have all that shit you mutilated your face with.

9.)

Charges: Probation violation
For humanity's sake, let's hope there's more to that tattoo than just the word "boys."

8.)

Charges: Theft, failure to appear
Here's a guy who's been staring straight into the sun for the last seven hours.

7.)

Charges: Disorderly conduct
Here's a guy who'll look into your bedroom window at night, and perhaps haunt your dreams.


6.)

Charges: Resisting arrest, disorderly conduct
That dumpster-fresh look.

5.)

Charges: Shoplifting
You know the extra in movies who's just there to look dumbfounded at something (UFOs, aliens, etc.)? This is that guy.

4.)

Charges: Failure to appear, driving on a suspended license, failure to comply with a court order




3.)

Charges: Shoplifting, assault, criminal damage
"Hey, what ever happened to [insert name of that kid who ate glue well past the second grade]?"

2.)

Charges: Threatening, criminal damage, theft, disorderly conduct
"Yo, that shit's pretty gangsta," said none of this guy's gangsta buddies.

1.)

Charges: Failure to pay fine, driving on a suspended license, failure to appear
That's not a skin color. We're not saying that it's not her skin color, we're saying it's not anyone's skin color. No one's race is between "melted butter" and "gold buttercup" on paint chips at Home Depot. Don't do this.

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