Between being passed out, dressed up, inked up, or just plain messy, our alleged law-violators this week look like they came to party -- or something like that.
Charges: Dangerous-drug possession, probation violation
Hello? Helloooooooooooo? Yep, that's drool.
Charge: Disorderly conduct
This one's for the people who blame the president for the unemployment rate. Might as well just get "NOT SEEKING GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT" tattooed between those mime eyes.
Charges: Criminal trespassing, theft, failure to appear
It's hard to tell whether there's something interesting on the ceiling, or if this is what demonic possession looks like. You can never go wrong with an exorcism, though.
Charge: False emergency reporting
This is the ol' one-strap overalls look, which went out of style shortly after 1887. Dressing up like William Faulkner characters is technically not a crime.
Charges: Dangerous-drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia
Between the 5 o'clock shadow and the long, blonde hair, this gentleman reportedly fooled zero people.
♫ I'm Popeye the Sailor Man, I'm Popeye the Sailor Man. I'm strong to the finish 'cause I eats me spinach. I'm Popeye the Sailor Man. ♫
It's hard to get that "very surprised" look on your face with your eyes closed. However, here it is.
Charge: Consuming liquor in public
Someone had a good night, huh? With half your head shaved, eye-liner in the general area of your eyes, and some sort of substance resembling blood on your sweatshirt, who isn't smiling from ear to ear?
Charges: Marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia
Nice try, Tupac. A Maricopa County Superior Court justice may also judge you.
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