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Minnesota’s Greatest Mug Shots

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Adrian Peterson Mugshot
A Houston Police Department spokesperson said Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was arrested early July 7, 2012 for resisting arrest.
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Brother Ali Mug Shot
Twin Cities rapper Brother Ali was arrested June 21 at an Occupy Homes MN protest rally at the foreclosed home of the Cruz family in Minneapolis.
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Delbert Huber
Delbert Huber, 81, was arrested for allegedly shooting and killing a man in Burbank Township.
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Jason Dominguez
Jason Dominguez was arrested in connection with the shooting death and subsequent arson fire of 30 year-old Dustin Joseph Brown in Little Falls, Minn.
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Carlton Jermaine Davis
Carlton Jermaine Davis, more famously known as "Toe-Licker," sets the standard by which all future mug shots must be judged.
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Denny Hecker
The legal saga of one-time auto mogul Denny Hecker has stretched on for years, and multiple mug shots.
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Christi Rowan
Caught up in Denny Hecker's legal troubles, his girlfriend Christi Rowan.
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Larry Craig
It's been a few years now, but many will always remember how Sen. Larry Craig was arrested for homosexual lewd conduct in a bathroom at MSP International Airport on June 11, 2007.
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Christopher Swickard
Christopher Lee Swickard, of Minneapolis, was arrested after allegedly spending quality time with his 15-year-old daughter -- police said the two were caught sitting in their running car in a church parking lot, splitting a bottle of vodka.
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Tom Petters
Here is the mug shot for Tom Petters, founder of Petters Group Worldwide, who was charged with fraud in an alleged multimillion-dollar investment scheme that prosecutors said spanned 14 years.
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Jonathan Sharkey
Do not gaze upon The Impaler in his moment of shame. Satanist and seeker of public office Jonathon Sharkey is shown here after one of his two Minnesota arrests.
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Carl Eller
Former Vikings great Carl Eller was arrested on April 10, 2008, for fourth-degree assault on police officers, fleeing in a motor vehicle, refusing to submit to an alcohol test and driving while intoxicated.
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Nathan Hagemo
Once a powerful player for the University of Minnesota hockey team, Nate Hagemo has been arrested multiple times for illicit drugs and for involvement in a serious crash that put a bicyclist in a wheelchair for two months.
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Beth McDonough
Fox 9 News Reporter Beth McDonough, with KMSP Television in the Twin Cities, was allegedly driving drunk with a .24 alcohol concentration in the early morning of Nov. 1, 2008.
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Bryant McKinnie
Minnesota Vikings tackle Bryant McKinnie was arrested Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008 after a street brawl outside a Miami nightclub.
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Stacy Braun
Hennepin County Sheriff's deputy Stacy Donald Braun was pulled over near Otsego, Minn. on Nov. 11, 2008 after it was observed he was driving erratically.
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Susan Mwarabu
Thirty-year-old Susan Mukuhi Mwarabu was charged with biting part of a man's ear off at the Uptowner Café on March 14, 2010.
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Koren Robinson
Former Minnesota Viking Koren Robinson, in his mug shot after being arrested for apparent drunken driving in Nicollet County on Aug. 15, 2006.
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Mark Olson
Minnesota Rep. Mark Olson was sentenced to two years of probation after being found guilty of one count of misdemeanor domestic assault against his wife. He was expelled from the GOP shortly thereafter.
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Ted Mondale
Former state senator Ted Mondale, son of former Vice President Walter Mondale, pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree misdemeanor for driving drunk in 2007.
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Richard C. Hollenbeck, Matthew S. Ruthig and Tracey A. Nickelson
This happy trio was arrested in Eagan, Minn. in 2006 and charged in connection with a check-forging and theft scheme intended to raise rent money for one of the suspects.
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Jeff Dubay
Jeffrey John Dubay, one of the hosts of KFAN Radio's "PA and Dubay" show, was charged with felony fifth-degree possession of cocaine. He lost his hosting job following the incident.
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Dejohn Lee Harrison
Dejohn Lee Harrison was arrested on Monday, March 30, 2009 for assaulting an 18-year-old male and threatening him with a sword.
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Earl Gray, Jr.
Earl Gray Jr., 22, was arrested Tuesday, March 3, 2008 at his Woodbury, Minn. home. They found cocaine and marijuana in the house.
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