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Top 25 mug shots of November 2011

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It's been a crazy month for Colorado crime, and we've got the mug shots to prove it. Page down below to see pics of everyone from the woman who grabbed a bar staffer's balls in a way that went beyond friendliness to the former Arapahoe County sheriff behind bars in the jail named for him -- and click on the accompanying links to read our original coverage. Read more in "Richard Carl Heeringa, molester and one of U.S. Marshal's 15 most wanted, captured in Michigan." Read more in "Charles Edward Waters claims self-defense in double stabbing, one fatal (30)." Read more in "Manuel McGee allegedly got away with brutal rape for 3 years -- until his DNA betrayed him." Read more in "Danielle Lynn Brockman charged with child abuse, neglect after 2 kids left alone die in fire." Read more in "Veronica Carpio, former owner of 420 Highways dispensary, arrested on marijuana charges." Read more in "Jaime Perez sentenced to 20 years for stealing gas -- almost a half-million dollars' worth." Read more in "Fernando Archuleta charged with sex assault on 14-year-old convinced he was a rapper." Read more in "John Vasquez, Marie Marone allegedly stabbed disabled woman to death for the thrill of it." Read more in "Lori Ann Waldo allegedly grabs bar staffer's balls, tells him she wants to f*ck his brains out." Read more in "Peter VanVolkinburg allegedly responds to cop handcuffing him by breaking her hand." Read more in "Matthew Weatherspoon sentenced to 30-months probation for slashing bulldog puppy in face." Read more in "Anthony Harvey, home decor expert -- and drug-ring leader, claims indictment (VIDEOS)." Read more in "Harvey Morrow convicted of murdering legendary Denver DJ Steven B. Williams." Read more in "Leslie Lind isn't naked robber, because when he allegedly stole booze, he wore socks (VIDEO)." Read more in "Devon Weinstein, convicted baby bone breaker, gets sentence reduction of up to seven years." Read more in "Update: Jon Schuttenberg busted for psilocybin shrooms after rescuers help half-naked hiker." Read more in "Emi Coleman turns Breaking Dawn into broken skin, busted for allegedly biting 2 necks (VIDEO)." Read more in "Terah Rawlings, teacher: Did her pastor-uncle help cover up her student boinking?" Read more in "Occupy Denver: Corey Donahue, Sean Driggers & Brandon Sexton's felony charges -- cops' side." Read more in "Robert James busted for robbing Indispensary, Colorado Springs medical marijuana center." Read more in "Father Richard James Kurtz, Jesuit priest, busted in alleged 2001 sex assault on minor." Read more in "Marcus Smith, man suspected of killing, burning remains of ex-deacon, 87: His apologetic past." Read more in "Pat Sullivan, ex-Arapahoe sheriff, suspected of attempted meth trade for sex (VIDEOS)." Read more in "Jesse Dimmick sues couple he kidnapped for allegedly breaking deal with him by escaping." Read more in "Ryan Matthews, dog trainer, gets jail-time after allegedly slamming own dog's head through wall."

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