SLIDESHOW: Mugshots of the week April 19-25 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

SLIDESHOW: Mugshots of the week April 19-25

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Every week, KPLC complies the mugshots from major arrests in Southwest Louisiana to create a slideshow.

You can view this week slideshow by going to http://bit.ly/1rrR8xW.

Clicking on the mugshots will take the viewer to the story about the arrest.

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