The 20 Best Names Of 2010's Accused Criminals

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Here's a selection of the ten best male and ten best female names we found in many months' worth of trolling Harris County arrest records.

A couple of disclaimers in order: Not all, indeed not necessarily any, of these people were convicted of a crime. Additionally, the crimes they are accused of are in some cases as minor as driving on a suspended license or possession of small amounts of pot.

The Ten Best Male Criminal Names

10. Maverick Uzzle

9. Elvis St. Bernard Coombs

8. Tumpsey Speeks

7. Tyrant Deavian Phillips

6. Nonnatus Alphonsus Journet

5. Raytheion Uvall Hatfield

4. Lint Lajon Mouton

3. Picaso Jones

2. General Macarthur Nervis

1. Ezzavera Douch

The 10 Best Female Names

10. Adriana Trashell Malone

9. Ladecia Larvae Holmes

8. Starlet Delicia Nealy

7. Stormy Monday

6. Tiara Nannette Enright

5. Thinnibbria Britnee Perez

4. Pebbles Miller

3. Ceakarshema Swane Barfield

2. Riunte Tennard

1. Crystal Ann Shank -- a badass name for a woman if there ever was one.

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