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Meghan McKeon One of November's Twenty Most Memorable Mug Shots

Our most viewed crime post of November involved Meghan McKeon, who was sentenced to 22 years after her toddler died while she spent time with a bottle. Her story is among twenty shared here by way of links to the month's most memorable mug shots. See them all below, and be sure to click on the links to see our original coverage.

See also: Photos: Twenty Weirdest Mug Shots of All-Time List Welcomes Michael Whitington

Read more in "Darin Ninneman Convicted of Murdering the Mom Who Used to Share Meth With Him." Read more in "Thomas White, Wannabe Rapper, Busted for Big Pimpin' -- of an Underage Teen." Read more in "Update: Kijana Jelks ID'd as Man Behind Assaults on Two Women Near Wash Park." Read more in "Lee Kizer Admits to Beating Special-Needs Child for 'Leaning Back on His Calves.'" Continue to see more of November's twenty most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Update: Ambulance-Stealing CSU Student Was on Molly, Masturbated at Police Station?" Read more in "Update: See Ten Million Mask Marchers Busted for Tagging State Capitol and More." Read more in "Brock Butson Gets 192 Years for Making Bank Robbery (and Meth?) a Family Affair." Read more in "Update: Anthony Martin, Accused Ex-Wife Strangler, Caught in Wyoming." Continue to see more of November's twenty most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Update: Ian Santamaria Shot Himself as Deputies Approached in I-225-at-Tamarac Stop." Read more in "Lee Riddle, Ex-Teacher, Sentenced for 'Cup Checks' To Measure Students' Penis Size." Read more in "Markie Lee Peoples Admits to Shocking 1995 Teen Kidnapping and Rape." Read more in "Ari Misha Ligett: Sentencing For Dismembering Mom Who Left Him Out of Her Will." Continue to see more of November's twenty most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Jeremiah Proctor's Schmucky Samurai Sword Attack on the Anti-Schmuck." Read more in "Update: James Morrison Busted for Fatally Stabbing Brother Jesse Eleven Times (19)." Read more in "Tom Fallis Accused of Killing Wife Ashley After Pot Argument, Faking Her 'Suicide.'" Read more in "Update: Jahvell Forrest Busted in Shooting of Aurora Cop Ryan Burns." Continue to see more of November's twenty most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Nyeesha Gonzalez, Habitual Drunk Driver, Tries to Punch Cop in Face After Hit-and-Run?" Read more in "Steven Paula Busted for Road Rage Punchout After His Daughter Posts Video on Snapchat." Read more in "Matthew Hickcox and Pals Allegedly Loved Meth Enough to Rip a Mailbox Out of a Sidewalk." Read more in "Meghan McKeon: 22 Years for Death of Toddler Home Alone While She Spent Time With Bottle."

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