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Photos: Twenty most memorable mug shots of June 2013

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Although America celebrated its independence yesterday, many, if not most, of the folks pictured below probably weren't feeling especially independent -- because they were behind bars.

Below, check out the rogue's gallery from June, featuring photos of assorted Schmucks of the Week as well as those who've either been accused or convicted of the most serious crimes imaginable -- and be sure to click on the captions or links to check out our original coverage.

Read more in "Bridgette Sandoval sentenced for bizarre police chase she blamed on forced drug injections." Read more in "Ronald Asciutto, Denver firefighter, accused of trying to lure teen on the job." Read more in "David Isberg: Inmate seeks reprieve from his 'death sentence,' too." Read more in "Justin Hale charged with murdering girlfriend's thirteen-month-old baby (1)." Continue for more of the twenty most memorable mug shots of June 2013. Read more in "Dean Carlson, DUI driver, asked for sentence reduction shortly after victim died." Read more in "Ryan Hicks suspected of murder after roomie David Noren's body found (2)." Read more in "Ryan Miller gets life for killing teacher and ex-girlfriend Andrea Roan." Read more in "Atlantis Michaelson tied to 1997 sex assault after DNA hit." Continue for more of the twenty most memorable mug shots of June 2013. Read more in "Christopher Snow allegedly bungles gun shop burglary, escape attempt." Read more in "Wayne Cron busted for theft thanks to bike-porn video." Read more in "Peter Nardi, Aspen scenester, busted (again) over alleged underwear-stuffing sex assault." Read more in "Monty Turner charged with twelve felonies after assaulting wife, fleeing with toddler to Canada." Continue for more of the twenty most memorable mug shots of June 2013. Read more in "Noe Coronado and Jose Esparza's schmucky idea: Selling cocaine from a vacuum bag." Read more in "Rodney Bretches, ex-cop, pleads guilty to sex crime revealed due to nude shower video." Read more in "Rob Corry, marijuana advocate, arrested after allegedly breaking RV window." Read more in "Faces of Meth? Meet Steven Taylor and crew accused of stealing cars for crystal." Continue for more of the twenty most memorable mug shots of June 2013. Read more in "Gregory Hauptmann busted in David Hernandez hit-and-run after taking car for repair." Read more in "Michael Arreola guilty of getting 81-year-old drunk, trying to sexually assault her." Read more in "Roy Seagraves, busted in scissors attack, is an ex-murderer given many second chances." Read more in "Terry Ballowe found guilty of schmucky plan to torch his bed & breakfast."

More from our Mug Shots archive: "Photos: Sixteen most memorable mug shots of May 2013."

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