Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week: Lofty Aspirations


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Charges: Criminal trespassing, criminal damage, failure to comply with a court order

G-g-g-g-g-g-g-g-Unit! Remember when they were hot for a few minutes, about a decade ago? 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and apparently, this guy! How gangsta! Or should we say... P.I.M.P.? Buck, pass the blunt. These G-Unit girls just wanna have fun. Good times. Gooooood times.

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Charges: DUI, reckless driving

She kind of looks like that girl you dated in high school, remember? Yeah, you'd have to immediately skip town if you were going to break up with her, or wake up at 3 a.m. to see this staring at you from outside your bedroom window. She was a fighter, that one.

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Charges: Failure to pay a fine

That's awesome. You have a good day, sir.


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sarum
sarum

"failure to pay fine?"  Debtors prison?  Homeless person gets out of jail, has no phone, no place to shower, no good clothes to apply for job - 1st has to pay $ to get mugshot off all the predatory websites so he has chance at job - but with what $?  So even if he got clean if the only skills he has is selling drugs - he has to do what he knows just to try to get a job - even that prolly won't work cuz nobody knows if he's a snitch . . recidivism guaranteed for CCA.  Promises fulfilled.

marcy
marcy

At some point society needs to realize that there are only two choices to dealing with societal predators.

 

One is to lock them up forever at a cost of $20-$40k/yr and the other is to put them down.

 

Locking them up for a few months and then letting them loose again so they can victimize people and we can spend thousands of dollars tracking them down and prosecuting them again only serves to make money for the criminal justice system (cops, prosecutors, judges, jailers and probation officers) at a terrible cost to society.

 

 

robert_graham
robert_graham topcommenter

Those tattoos are ugly and should be forcefully removed from the inmates. Either they volunteer to have them taken off or they should be tied down and removed with sand paper.

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