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Photos: Most wanted DEA fugitives in Denver, part one

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The federal Drug Enforcement Administration maintains lists of the most wanted fugitives at each of its major offices, including the Denver branch, which covers Colorado as well as several neighboring states. The current roster features 51 people -- most of them men, with a majority originally hailing from Mexico and other spots south of the border. Their favored substances for sale include heroin, meth, cocaine and, yes, marijuana.

Look below to see the first 25, complete with photos, descriptions and information about their alleged offenses.

See also: Photos: Top 25 women's mug shots of 2013

By the way, if you recognize anyone, you're encouraged to contact the U.S. Marshals Service 24-hour number: 1-877-WANTED2 (1-877-926-8332)

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