The 12 Best Mugshots Of 2010

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Here's a dozen of the creepiest, funniest, fugliest, and weirdest mugshots of 2010. Enjoy them, but know this: there but the grace of God and a too-wild night could go you.

12. Randolph Caldwell

11. Paul Weldon Benge

10. David Anthony Jones

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9. Butch Lee Marker

8. Brian Edward Miller

7. Stephanie Waldron

6. Donald Ray Wade

5. John Michael Howard

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4. Lucas Earl Guyton

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3. Wendel Taylor Reed
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2. Winston Porter

1. Jimmy Nolan Johnson

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