Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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  • QUARTZSITE – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today the arrest of 27-year-old Thomas Daniel on charges of First Degree Premeditated Murder and Arson. A State Grand Jury indicted Daniel for his alleged involvement in the murder of 65-year-old Linda Garrett, a long-time resident of Quartzsite, Arizona.
  • PHOENIX – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently signed a Letter of Intent with the Office of the Attorney General of Mexico to establish a law enforcement partnership aimed at fighting violent crime between Arizona and Mexico.
  • PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced his office filed a Consumer Fraud Lawsuit against a Scottsdale business accused of placing hundreds of telemarketing and robocalls to Arizonans listed on the National Do Not Call Registry. Larmore Auto Glass, LLC, operating under the names “O’Reilly's Auto Glass” and “Freedom Auto Glass” marketed windshield replacement services by allegedly violating Arizona’s Telephone Solicitation Statutes. NOTE: O’Reilly's Auto Glass has no affiliation with O’Reilly Auto Parts.
  • PHOENIX – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a settlement with former Phoenix clothing retailer Lawless Denim. In a consent judgment, Lawless Denim will provide up to $20,000 in refunds to customers who did not receive merchandise ordered from Lawless Denim or its successor company, LD & Co.
  • PHOENIX – On Tuesday, June 21, 2016, Arizonans who purchased e-books will begin receiving checks in the mail or account credits from Apple Inc., after a price-fixing settlement. Arizona consumers should receive approximately $8.6 million of the $400 million nationwide Apple consumer compensation payout. The settlement stems from an antitrust case involving Arizona and 32 other states and territories accusing Apple of conspiring with five of the nation's largest publishers to artificially raise the price of e-books between 2010 and 2012.