Our 2011 mug shot showcase rolls on. Yesterday, we shared our picks for the year's ten most intimidating images. Now, cast your eyes on celebrities and notables who earned booking photos of their own, featuring several past and present Denver Broncos (what would Timmy say?), a Hollywood star having a bad day, a lawman allegedly gone wrong and more. Check them out below, and be sure to click on the links to connect with our original coverage. Read more in "Laurence Maroney, Broncos bust arrested in St. Louis, says he needs to be smarter (VIDEO)." Read more in "Michael C. Gilliland: Sunflower Farmers Market CEO resigns after child prostitution bust." Read more in "Douglas Bruce, father of TABOR and controversy magnet, indicted for tax evasion." Read more in "Matt Prater, Broncos kicker: Will he lose job over hit-and-run DUI with strip-club employee?" Read more in "Dog the Bounty Hunter shows Nicolas Cage love after he pulls a Charlie Sheen (VIDEO)." Page down for more notables. Read more in "Denver Bronco Perrish Cox fathered the child of his alleged rape victim, according to affidavit." Read more in "Ronald Smith, high-profile lobbyist, found guilty of damaging ex's piano, putting chicken in vents." Read more in "Occupy Denver: Corey Donahue, Sean Driggers & Brandon Sexton's felony charges -- cops' side." Read more in "Pat Sullivan, ex-Arapahoe sheriff, suspected of attempted meth trade for sex (VIDEOS)." Read more in "Brooke Mueller, Shmuck: Will she out-Charlie Sheen her ex in Aspen?"
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