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Photos: 23 most memorable mug shots of June 2014

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This is Alena Rust with, we think, Edwin Coriano. But this casual pose stands in contrast to their booking photos, snapped after they were arrested on charges related to the sexual trafficking of a woman against her will.

Rust's pic is included in the following roundup of June 2014's most memorable mugs. See all 23 below and be sure and click on the captions or links to check out our original coverage.

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Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

More from our Mug Shots archive: "Photos: Fourteen most wanted sex offenders in Boulder."

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