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Top 32 mug shots of June 2011 (PHOTOS)

Our monthly mug shot roundups always feature criminals accused of doing awful things -- and that's certainly the case this time around. But June was also chock full of weird, from the alleged hit-and-swim driver and the woman who reportedly ran over a child but went back for her hubcap to the porta-potty-tank peeper and the guy who said he stabbed a puppy because "I'm not the Crocodile Hunter." Check out the entire gallery below -- and click on the names to get the rest of the story.

More from our Mug Shots archive: "Top 48 Boulder registered sex offenders (PHOTOS)."

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