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Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week: Ringing in the New Year

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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, we ring in the new year. Enjoy.

11.)

Charges: Narcotic-drug possession
That is one hideous sweater.

10.)

Charges: Criminal trespassing, failure to appear
There's a combination you don't see every day.

9.)

Charges: Narcotic-drug possession
Well, look at this little astronomer. That's quite the constellation on your face, bro.

8.)

Charges: Criminal trespassing
Looks like someone overstayed their welcome at the country club.

7.)

Charges: Criminal damage
Y'ever been anally probed by aliens?

6.)

Charges: Failure to appear, criminal damage, assault, driving on a suspended license

5.)

Charges: Failure to appear
WHAT.

4.)

Charges: Criminal trespassing, shoplifting
Winner of an Icee-drinking competition.

3.)

Charges: Failure to comply with a court order
That's a look of pure satisfaction, as if he took a huge steamy dump on the neighbor's porch as retaliation for not returning power tools.

2.)

Charges: Burglary, trafficking stolen property, possession of drug paraphernalia
Um, attention TMZ: Brad Pitt has been doing some crazy stuff in Phoenix.

1.)

Charges: Probation violation
Acting credits:
-COPS, 1991: Alleged trailer park domestic-violence suspect
-COPS, 1994: Alleged theft of filet mignon, concealed in pants
-COPS, 1997: Nude LSD incident

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