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Top 30 mug shots of February 2011

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A prostitute with AIDS who's still turning tricks, a group of party-goers who allegedly doused a fellow attendee with lighter fluid and set him ablaze, a Sunflower clerk who may have mixed yogurt with semen, and the Sunflower CEO, suspected of felony child prostitution: They're just some of the folks experiencing spotlight moments in our February mug shot roundup. Page through below to see all thirty shots in our virtual lineup -- and click on each person's name to read our original coverage. Ready for their closeups? More from our Mug Shots archive: "The 120 most memorable mug shots of 2010."

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