Maricopa County Mugshots of the Week: Dressed to Impress

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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, our alleged offenders are all dressed to impress, perhaps with blue hair, a surgical mask, face tattoos, or a head full of what appears to be fried onions. Enjoy.

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Charges: Assault, unlawful imprisonment, disorderly conduct
We'll keep an open mind and say this could be a doctor arrested in the middle of brain surgery, or, or, it could be that this guy can't stop spitting on cops.

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Charges: Criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct
Did you hear about the two guys who stole a calendar?
They each got six months.

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Charges: Failure to appear, criminal damage, assault
Tom Brady looks different.

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Charges: Criminal damage, failure to appear
This lady doesn't like pink, she is pink. Like, to the point that she's probably eating that stuff they feed salmon.



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Joshua Nitro Rodriguez
Joshua Nitro Rodriguez

I dont believe its fair to mock them, especially when they're on display against their will. no one is perfect. its set up so people can laugh at them, what is there to learn? there are other ways to get attention and let people know how clever and witty this publication can be, that's all I'm saying.

Phoenix New Times
Phoenix New Times

So, you must be against publishing a traditional police log, since they include the names, ages, and charges against people in the community who haven't actually been convicted of a crime (merely arrested)? Of course, maybe this is different because we don't publish the names of these individuals?

Diane D'Angelo
Diane D'Angelo

Let me guess -- privileged white guy writes this stellar piece of "journalism."

Andrea Dana
Andrea Dana

^spot on. I don't find this funny or interesting. Way to go Phoenix New Times.

Diane D'Angelo
Diane D'Angelo

Making fun of the powerless and mentally ill. How cutting-edge.

shadeaux14
shadeaux14

Obviously, none of these are members of the Hair Club (unless they've been beaten about the head and shoulders with it)

FilthyMcNasty
FilthyMcNasty

@Author J-dot E-dot Boles They are down through actions of their own.

While the rest of society lives by its rules and winds up paying taxes for which some of this human debris chronicled here benefits from.

Why don't you take some of these people in if you're so concerned about their plight.

marcy
marcy

@Author J-dot E-dot Boles 

They are "down" of their own free will.  Want to tattoo your face with devil's horns?  Have at it, and bear the consequences of looking like a cartoon character.

FilthyMcNasty
FilthyMcNasty

@Joshua Rodriguez They also decided to live their lives outside of the rule of law. That was a choice they made willingly.

marcy
marcy

@Joshua Rodriguez 

There is a substantial difference between being "perfect" and being a criminal who chooses to look like a freak.  

FilthyMcNasty
FilthyMcNasty

@Diane D'Angelo What does privilege have to do with people who decide to live their lives outside of the rule of law?

FilthyMcNasty
FilthyMcNasty

@Diane D'Angelo Powerless? So they got tattoos against their will? They do drugs because they're "powerless"? What is it?

marcy
marcy

@Diane D'Angelo 

These people were powerless?  So someone forced them to take drugs and tattoo their face with devil horns?  Someone tied them down and colored their hair pink and blue?  

Which of these alleged, and in most cases previously convicted criminals were powerless to make good choices instead of poor choices?

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