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Top twenty mug shots of April 2012

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Our latest mug shot roundup highlights folks accused or convicted of offenses ranging from the dopey to the deadly serious, plus a couple of highly unusual entries -- two people, Tyler Sanchez and Robert Dewey, who were cleared of the allegations against them.

Check out the memorable photos below, and be sure to click on the accompanying links to read our original coverage.

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