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Best tattoo-rocking mug shots of 2011

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Our annual look at the year's most memorable mug shots is just getting started.

We kicked off with collections focusing on intimidating images and snaps of celebrities and notables. Now, check out those jailbound models with the most interesting facial and neck tattoos. See them below, and be sure to click on the accompanying links to see our original coverage.

Read more in "Andrew Terry gets murder charge after crushing Thornton cop's foot, trying to run down officer." Read more in "Keith Ruiz busted in death of 2-year-old Dolci Gryshayeva, spokesman calls details disturbing." Read more in "Mark Sepulveda, Juan Carlos murder suspect, confirmed killed in cell-phone store robbery." Page down for more ink. Read more in "Eric Barney accused of holding girlfriend hostage for two months, torturing her." Read more in "Manuel McGee allegedly got away with brutal rape for 3 years -- until his DNA betrayed him." Read more in "Fernando Archuleta charged with sex assault on 14-year-old convinced he was a rapper."

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More from our Mug Shots archive: "The 120 most memorable mug shots of 2010."

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