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Which alleged criminal has the dumbest Valley-related face tattoo in town?

Unfortunately, we've done this poll before, and unfortunately, we have a new contestant.

Edward Sauceda is probably the only person on Earth with the Arizona Cardinals logo tattooed on his face, which he presented to the Maricopa Couny Sheriff's Office jail staff this weekend during his booking on an aggravated DUI charge.

In addition to Sauceda, our contestants include Moses Ulloa, a fan of Glendale and "Murdercopa County," Vicente Valles, who's a fan of Tempe and Arizona State University, and Johnny Shane McNeel, who just loves the entire 480 area code.

Here are the contestants:

  • Edward Sauceda
  • Moses Ulloa
  • Vicente Valles
  • Johnny Shane McNeel, a.k.a. "Irish"

Cast your vote below for the worst:

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