Our annual roundup of the year's most memorable mug shots continues this morning with snaps of women on the wrong side of the law -- and to put it mildly, there was no shortage of them over the course of 2012.
Look below to count them down, and be sure to click on the names or links beneath the images to check out our original coverage.
Read more in "Alexandra McLean, Englewood drama teacher, mounts shmucky show for teen -- in her car." Read more in "Jennifer Stover allegedly bilked hospice co-workers out of $30,000 by faking cancer." Read more in "Heather Speicher allegedly impersonated someone attacked by a police impersonator." Read more in "Nyesha Hall-Gonzalez, suicidal mom, allegedly left her two-year-old in a field to die." Read more in "Valerie Harris, accused serial animal abuser: Homes sought for rescued survivors." Continue to keep counting down our thirty most memorable women's mug shots of 2012. Read more in "Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen's ex, gets deferred sentence for coke possession, tantrum." Read more in "Sharrieckia Page: Child abuse resulting in death charge even though baby's body not yet found." Read more in "Joan Zalk pleads guilty to animal cruelty for running chihuahua from moving car." Read more in "Lauren Redfern, ex-coach: Sex with student charge dropped because he was almost 18?" Read more in "Zoey Ripple, drunk CU grad, thought she was with pals until Timothy Justice shot her." Continue to keep counting down our thirty most memorable women's mug shots of 2012. Read more in "Mary Horsley given forty years for torturing toddler." Read more in "Kirsten Hamling allegedly stole $243K raised by Firefighter Calendar." Read more in "Victoria Barry nearly triple legal alcohol limit when wrong-way crash killed Lilly Duncan." Read more in "Suzanne Warmington, daycare teacher, busted for pulling knife on six year old." Read more in "Breanna Ocana, alleged drunken car thief, returns to scene of the crime." Continue to keep counting down our thirty most memorable women's mug shots of 2012. Read more in "Monica Chavez not guilty verdict in seizure crash shocks Stollsteimers, Facebook Nation." Read more in "Emi Coleman's sentence for neck biting sucks -- for her." Read more in "Tahca Christensen reportedly attributes bathtub drowning of baby to other child, age two." Read more in "Kerry Humphrey pleads guilty to lying for Travis Forbes, Kenia Monge's murderer." Read more in "Iesha Paris and Darryl Hunter busted for child abuse after son shot in face." Continue to keep counting down our thirty most memorable women's mug shots of 2012. Read more in "Photos: Sydney Spies and mother busted in party case mom calls 'BS.'" Read more in "Kevin and Theresa Carothers accused of teaming up to molest her daughter starting at age twelve." Read more in "Johna Turner suspected of animal cruelty for shoving chihuahua puppy down her pants." Read more in "Donna Martinez dies in police shooting, likely charges for passenger Bernard Trujillo." Read more in "Nicole Ryan gets $750K bond after slashing throat of fiance with domestic assault history." Continue to keep counting down our thirty most memorable women's mug shots of 2012. Read more in "Tisihia Allen charged with stabbing murder of Darius Norris in Aurora (36)." Read more in "Joseph Nieto and Christina Drummond in lockup for "Bonnie and Clyde" bank robberies." Read more in "Maria Carrillo joins her husband in jail on racketeering charges for real estate scam." Read more in "Susan Cole sentenced for schmucky scheme to skip jury duty she bragged about on the radio." Read more in "Kelli Lynn Murphy found guilty of killing her two kids on dead son's eleventh birthday."
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