Friday Mugshot Matchup

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A new Friday tradition is born today: The Mugshot Matchup! Each week we'll post a handful of our favorite mugshots from the week and ask you to match the face to the crime they allegedly committed. Let's get going, shall we?

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And here are the crimes. Answers after the jump.

A — This fella was a wanted fugitive for a shooting. Cops found and arrested him while he was in the shower this week.

B — This mensch allegedly stole a ton of money from the Children's Miracle Network, making him the not only one of our Mugshot of the Week finalists, but also a winner in the Grinch of the Month category.

C— This sprite young guy escaped a prison transport van, only to be collected the next day by authorities. He was sentenced to four years in jail this week.

D — This pyromaniac set a children's playground on fire and was convicted of arson.

Answers:

A — Picture No. 4.

B — Picture No. 2.

C — Picture No. 1.

D — Picture No. 3.

Congratulations to all our winners.

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