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Mug-Shot Monday: Warlocks on the Run

You spoke; we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale.

You Crazy for This One, Rick Everybody thought the Rubin twins -- Rick and Nick -- would go on to do great things. Fifty percent accuracy ain't too bad.

This is Your Face . . . This is your face on crumbling public schools, violent video games, Jason Statham movies, seven percent unemployment, and easily available methamphetamines.

Preach The bling about says it all.

"Maybe Just Whistle." "You know how to whistle, don't you?"

Charge: Unlicensed Witchcraft Incident Report: On regular evening patrol, officers encountered suspect in pine forest clearing. Suspect was chanting over boiling cauldron. After inspection, officers learned said cauldron contained blood, undetermined animal. Suspect told officers he was performing solstice ritual. Suspect produced witchcraft license. Documents were expired by six months. Officers advised suspect of his rights. Suspect expressed remorse, said he didn't realize the papers have already expired.

Marital Bliss "So to the wife, I'm like, 'Right, I'm going to skip out on my fantasy football draft just to come with you to the kid's parent- teacher conference. Sure, honey. Of course I'm going to do that.'"

Separated at Birth If Corey Feldman ever goes looking for a younger half brother suffering from a disease that makes his facial hair grow in weird patches, we know where he could start the search.

Beneath the Surface Somewhere under the hair plugs, six-week beard, and misguided steer skull tattoo, there's a pretty convincing George Zimmerman.

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