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The most memorable mug shots of 2010 -- the next 25: A photo gallery

In May, we shared our collection of the 30 most memorable mug shots of 2010 up until then. But there have been a lot of riveting images released since then -- including candids of Osama hunter Gary Faulkner, Western Slope district attorney Myrl Serra and Jacob Joseph Medina, seen here, whose tattoo over one eye reads, "Fuck." See all of these photos (including a closeup of that tat) below, along with 22 others -- complete with links to Westword stories about the subjects' brushes with John Law.

More from our Colorado Crimes archive: "Colorado's top 100 most wanted sex offenders: A mug shot gallery."

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