MESA -- Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a State Grand Jury indicted Bryon Wood on 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor arising out of his alleged possession of sexually exploitive images on his computer.
COTTONWOOD – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced former City of Cottonwood employee Hans Burnett was sentenced to three years probation, 120 hours of community service, and 60 days of deferred jail time after he pleaded guilty to one count of Criminal Damage in connection with his previous work as a foreman at the City of Cottonwood Water Testing Laboratory in 2016.
PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich issued a warning today about deceptive flyers appearing on residences in the Phoenix area that promote a solar energy effort.
TUCSON – Attorney General Mark Brnovich today announced a $451,000 judgment against a Texas-based travel company, EB Worldwide, LLC, and its CEO, George Barragan. The Arizona Attorney General filed a consumer fraud lawsuit back in July after receiving complaints EB Worldwide, operating under the name “Senior Grad Trips,” had accepted thousands of dollars in payments from Arizona consumers for a group vacation that was canceled without notice or refun
Research Bargains, Use Credit Cards, and Watch for Deliveries During Holiday Season
PHOENIX – The holidays are just around the corner and consumers are looking for deals in stores and online. To ensure safe shopping, Attorney General Mark Brnovich is offering the following tips for consumers to consider this season.
PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced 36-year-old Steven Watson of Gilbert, Arizona was sentenced to six years in the Arizona Department of Corrections for stealing money from victims’ dormant bank accounts. He will also serve seven years of probation upon his release.
In 2014, Watson was an associate financial advisor at a local bank and developed a plan to steal money from customer accounts that were dormant due to inactivity.
FLAGSTAFF - A Coconino County Superior Court Judge sentenced Carli Moncher, a former forensic interviewer, to four months in prison for embezzling money from her employer.
PINE – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Michael Scott Greer, the former treasurer of the Pine-Strawberry Water Improvement District (District), pleaded guilty to fraud and conflict of interest charges for failing to disclose his financial interest in two vendors who were awarded contracts by the District. In addition, Greer pleaded guilty to theft from the Gila County Mounted Posse.
PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Daniel K. Hughes, Chairman and Director of the Bradley Academy of Excellence, pleaded guilty to a $2.5 million conspiracy involving the use of false students.