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Photos: Twenty most memorable mug shots of September 2013

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Our crime reporting during the month of September touched on everything from the bust of a new Broncos star to some startling crimes allegedly committed by unlikely people, including Isabella Guzman, seen here.

What's her story? Look below to see the twenty most memorable booking photos of the month, complete with links that will connect you to our previous coverage.

Check them out below.

Read more in "Photos: Jenny Kush, cannabis-scene star, killed in wrong-way crash on I-25." Read more in "Khamis Horn busted, bitten by police dog after trash bags of weed stolen from dispensary." Read more in "Jason Roberson, youth pastor and Christian musician, busted for child sex assault." Read more in "Julius Thomas, new Broncos star, latest local athlete busted for missing court date." Continue to see our complete twenty most memorable mug shots of September 2013 gallery. Read more in "Photos of the Day: Rhonda Bernard is a lot worse housekeeper than you are." Read more in "Photos: Tilo Sandoval, suspect in brutal gay-hate attack on Jared Olson, surrenders to cops." Read more in "Patrick Schumacher makes schmucky decision to ride his horse to Utah -- drunk." Read more in "Troy Sennet, Matthew Stringer busted for looting CU buildings after floods." Continue to see our complete twenty most memorable mug shots of September 2013 gallery. Read more in "Sean Wyles, fugitive linked to 211 Crew, busted after SWAT team standoff." Read more in "Henry Kunter makes a schmuck out of his dad over embezzlement scheme." Read more in "Burton Carpenter's DUI arrest: Does school-bus driver's mug shot show how drunk he was?" Read more in "Terrance Roberts: Police report says anti-gang activist shot man, yelled 'F*ck that nigga.'" Continue to see our complete twenty most memorable mug shots of September 2013 gallery. Read more in "Raul Gutierrez-Hernandez, 'gutless' Tae Kwon Do teacher, skips out before child-sex verdict." Read more in "Marquis Garrison found guilty of murdering baby by slamming her on floor." Read more in "Forsythia Owen claims man she beat to death with bat was child molester (16)." Read more in "Macyo January to be tried as adult for killing pregnant woman." Continue to see our complete twenty most memorable mug shots of September 2013 gallery. Read more in "Lauralee Grauman learns meth and schmucks make a terrible combination." Read more in "Khamis Horn busted, bitten by police dog after trash bags of weed stolen from dispensary." Read more in "Khamis Horn busted, bitten by police dog after trash bags of weed stolen from dispensary." Read more in "Photos: Isabella Guzman stabbed mom 79 times, affidavit says."

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

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