Guilty or not, these mug shots are worth a look. This information was supplied by law enforcement and describes recent arrests and charges. All defendants are presumed innocent.
This month's cases:
Joseph Escalera, 20, is accused of selling fake tickets to the national championship football game. Read more.
Police say 55-year-old Brian Blackwell fired a shot inside his house and barricaded himself for several hours after his wife or daughter took a bite out of his grilled cheese sandwich. Read more.
Police say 83-year-old Eugene Matthews shot a woman who came to his home to retrieve her lost dog. Read more.
Police say 22-year-old Joseph Langenbach admitted to shooting his father during an argument at their home. Read more.
Authorities say Jessica Arnott pretended to be Jessica Davis and bonded out of jail. Arnott now could face additional charges. Read more.
MCSO says Lisa Luna took off her clothes while walking along a road in Gila Bend and that she told investigators she was high on drugs and that the effects caused her to steal the pickup of a deputy whom she'd told she had been assaulted. Read more.
Gary Rinsem, 58, is accused of shooting and killing a man during an altercation at a Scottsdale park. Read more.
Miguel and Charlotte Salgado are accused of exposing their two children to methamphetamine. Read more.
Shundong Hu, 21, is accused of badly beating a Golden Retriever puppy with a metal rod. Read more.
Police say four people have been charged with hate crimes after a mentally-disabled man was beaten and tortured on Facebook Live. Read more.
Russell Passmore, 38, and Megan Stone, 27, are accused of hiding drugs in their baby's diaper bag. Read more.
Phoenix police say 31-year-old Oligario Renteria was arrested in connection to an officer-involved shooting on I-17. Read more.
Ramiz Bajwa, 29, is accused of attacking a woman who made racist remarks at a coffee shop. Read more.