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Mug Shot Roundup

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March 2, 2012 Mugs

NOTE: This week’s booking photo roundup can be viewed two ways:

I) Click here to page through the photos in old school TSG style. In the upper right corner of each page you’ll find a description of the criminal charge(s) leveled against the suspect.

II) To look at the booking photos in a lightbox, just click the image beneath the “View The Document” arrow at left. When you mouse over the respective photos, the charged crime(s) will appear in a small box.

MARCH 3--This week’s mug shot review begins with an 18-year-old Michigan resident who was collared Sunday for being a minor in possession of alcohol (and for violating probation). As for those marks on his face, well, we’ll assume they were added by his drinking buddies. As for our other arrestees, some notes:

1) Why, yes, that is a rabbit and a burglar’s mask drawn on the face of the 59-year-old Floridian on page #4. He was arrested Monday for--and this may be hard to believe--possession of drug paraphernalia; 2) The Florida man, 38, seen on page #6 previously made TSG’s mug shot roundup in late-2009, when we commented on his World Trade Center throat tattoo. Following his bust Saturday for violating probation, the 38-year-old posed for another booking photo, which shows that he has supplemented his ink with some color, a plane headed for one of the towers, and, of course, a New York Yankees logo sitting in the space usually reserved for the sun; 3) Despite a t-shirt suggesting possible armed hijinks, the California man, 22, on page #8 was only popped for burglary; 4) The Alabama gent, 22, with the magnificent bouffant hairdo on page #10 was busted Monday on a harassing communications count; 5) The bow tie/suspenders enthusiast, 19, on page #13 was arrested by Georgia cops for public intoxication; and 6) The bloody Michigan man, 25, on page #15 was photographed Sunday after being jailed in advance of arraignment. (15 pages)