Mugshots of the Week

Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week: Sending a Message

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 are sending a message. Enjoy.


Charges: Assault, driving on a suspended license
Ever seen a bandwagon fan who's also into face tattoos? Looks like there's plenty of room for a new Red Sox/Cardinals/Dodgers tat.


Charges: Burglary, shoplifting, failure to appear
That tooth is trying to escape.


Charges: Operating a chop-shop, transportation theft
Who ordered the carpet samples?


Charges: Resisting arrest, criminal trespassing, shoplifting, failure to appear, false reporting to law enforcement, failure to pay a fine
Did the cops find this guy in a time capsule that was buried in 1995?


Charges: Taking contraband in a correctional facility, dangerous-drug possession, probation violation
Flower power.


Charges: Possession of dangerous drugs, possession of dangerous-drug manufacturing equipment, dangerous-drug manufacturing
Drugs!? No . . .


Charges: Dangerous-drug possession, unlawful control of transportation
People will be laughing their rear ends off when this guy's so old his man-boobs are dangling down near his waist.


Charges: Assault, disorderly conduct
We have a new front-runner for worst Arizona town tattooed on a face/neck.


Charges: Burglary
Is that even a recognized facial-hair style?


Charges: Marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia
Front: Business. Back: Party.


Charges: Aggravated robbery


Charges: Driving on a suspended license
Just in case anyone thought this guy was Robo-Criminal.


Charges: Probation violation
Remember, human-animal hybrids have been illegal in Arizona for more than three years now.


Charges: Driving on a suspended license


Charges: Theft, marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia
Well, those are two things you'll never get.

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