Terry Goddard Announces Indictment of Doctor in Prescription Drug Case

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 29, 2010) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the indictment of Dr. Corina Hollander, 56, of Tucson and seven other individuals who are accused of participating in a large-scale prescription drug fraud. 

Hollander, a Tucson podiatrist, was charged with conspiracy, participating in a criminal syndicate, three counts of fraud, eight counts of trafficking in the identity of another person, six counts of forgery, 68 counts of obtaining a narcotic drug by fraud and nine counts of obtaining a dangerous drug by fraud. 

Goddard Files Fair Housing Lawsuit against Colorado City for Civil Rights Violations

(Phoenix, Ariz. - June 25, 2010) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced that his office has filed a lawsuit against the Town of Colorado City, Arizona, the City of Hildale, Utah, Hildale-Colorado City Utilities, Twin City Water Authority, and Twin City Power for alleged violations of the Arizona Fair Housing Act.

Terry Goddard Announces $173 Million Price Fixing Settlement

(Phoenix, Ariz. – June 24, 2010)  Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced a $173 million recovery from several international Dynamic Random Access Memory (“DRAM”) manufacturers arising out of allegations of price fixing and other antitrust violations. Arizona’s share of the settlement has not yet been determined. 

DRAM is common form of electronic memory, which stores and retrieves data at high speeds.  It is found in a wide variety of computer, telecommunication and consumer electronics products. 

Terry Goddard Announces Crackdown on Illegal Gambling Machines

(Phoenix, Ariz. - June 16, 2010) The Arizona Attorney General’s Office and the Arizona Department of Gaming today announced a joint operation combating the proliferation of illegal gambling machines. A task force of agents and investigators from both offices seized more than 70 gambling machines known as Coin-Pushers at 57 metro Phoenix locations.

The Arizona Department of Liquor and the Arizona Department of Public Safety actively assisted in the operation.

Former La Paz County Convenience Store to Pay $80,000 for Underground Storage Tank Violations Near Colorado River

PHOENIX (June 15, 2010) – The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and Arizona Attorney General’s Office announced today that the owner of a former Parker-area convenience store has agreed to pay $80,000 in cleanup costs and penalties for underground storage tank violations near the Colorado River.

Plantation Park, Inc., which was located at 8010 Riverside Drive north of Parker in La Paz County, operated a gas station for many years within 500 feet of the Colorado River and within one mile of six private water wells.

Goddard to Aggressively Enforce Payday Loan Ban with 'Operation Sunset'

(Phoenix, Ariz. - June 9, 2010) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the formation of “Operation Sunset”, an enforcement initiative of the Office designed to aggressively pursue payday lenders who attempt to evade the ban on payday loans. The Office will take action against any payday lenders that continue offering loans with illegally high interest rates after the law expires on June 30.