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Mug Shot of the Week from MCSO: 54-Year-Old Randy Kutnyak

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Kutnyk here didn't always look so, um, pretty, and it's not because of a chance encounter with Mike Tyson on a Valley freeway. You're probably also wondering if he was a victim of Joe Arpaio's goons. He wasn't.  

Randy decided to go a few rounds with several worthy opponents yesterday, and it appears as though some may have been worthier than expected.

He was booked into Maricopa County jail on four counts of disorderly conduct for fighting and two counts of assault.

Getting arrested after getting your ass kicked is the more literal forms of adding insult to injury, but, hey, you know what they say: You shoulda seen the other guy. 

 

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