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Photos: Fifteen most memorable mug shots of January 2013

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The first month of 2013 started out strange when it comes to the crime beat -- and that's reflected in January's most memorable mug shots, which include an alleged cop/neighborhood-elk killer, a guy accused of tasing his grandmother and more.

Check out the complete collection below, and get the whole story by clicking on the captions or links to read our original coverage.

Read more in "Alec Arapahoe accused of using Taser on his grandmother, great aunt." Read more in "Dr. Janice Husted, psychologist, charged with sex assault on military client." Read more in "John Copeland allegedly caned parking-enforcement volunteer over handicapped spot." Continue for more of January 2013's fifteen most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Henry Sawaged, Daveco Liquors owner, ordered to pay $1.3 million restitution in tax scheme." Read more in "Glenn DeCarlo, alleged schmuck, tries to shoot housemate, instead hits son -- twice." Read more in "Andre Jackson among trio busted for Jacqueline Gallegos's shocking cold-case murder." Continue for more of January 2013's fifteen most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Heather Jensen arrested in deaths of two children left in up to 145 degree heat." Read more in "Jeffrey Clawson, pharmacist, among fifteen indicted in alleged Oxycodone ring." Read more in "Paul Donovan Johnson, child predator and schmuck, claims four year old seduced him." Continue for more of January 2013's fifteen most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Samuel Carter and Brent Curnow: Boulder cops charged in elk shooting resign." Read more in "Bryan Carver allegedly put his GPS on his dog -- and violated his parole with guns and cocaine." Read more in "Dustin Canup and Sareena Morrison's alleged target in kidnapping/robbery plot: a pedophile." Continue for more of January 2013's fifteen most memorable mug shots. Read more in "Andrew Terry gets 202 year habitual-criminal jolt after drunkenly running over officer's foot." Read more in "David Calderon won't face charges (yet) in alleged kidnapping of Johnstown teen." Read more in "Rhonda Eisenberg, teacher, pleads guilty to sexually assaulting student, having his child."

More from our Mug Shots archive: "Thirty most memorable mug shots -- and most shocking crimes -- of 2012."

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