Attorney General to discuss elder affairs in Prescott Valley on Friday
ATTORNEY GENERAL GODDARD TO SPEAK AT KINGMAN’S TOWN HALL
(Phoenix, AZ—June 3, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard will hold a public forum for the Older American Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, June 4 at 6:00 p.m., at the Katheryn Heidenreich Adult Center in Kingman, Ariz. The Adult Center is located in 1776 Airway.
You Did Not Win the Canadian Lottery
(Phoenix, AZ—June 4, 2003) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizonans to be wary of a scam known as “the Canadian Lottery” that is particularly affecting the elder community.
ADEQ Director Owens, Attorney General Goddard Fine
Valley Refining $75,000 for Air Pollution Violations
PHOENIX (June 6, 2003) -- Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Director Steve Owens and Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced that Valley Refining, LLC, has agreed to pay more than $75,000 for violations of state air pollution control laws. The company operates a petroleum transmix facility in El Mirage, AZ.
SAMMY THE BULL GRAVANO ORDERED TO PAY
$933,750 PLUS EXPENSES FOR ARIZONA DRUG CRIMES
(Phoenix, AZ – June 6, 2003) – Notorious, self-professed Mafia hit man Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano and Debra Gravano were ordered to pay the State of Arizona $933,750 for their roles in a large-scale ecstasy distribution ring, Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today. A final order of judgment in that amount was entered against the Gravanos, jointly and severally, by the Maricopa County Superior Court on June 2, 2003.
Attorney General to discuss elder affairs in Green Valley on Tuesday
Former Republic County Chair Indicted
(Phoenix, AZ—June 12, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today the indictment of former Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) chairperson Michelle Adams on counts of theft, forgery and tampering with a public record.
Attorney General Wins Age Discrimination Lawsuit
(Phoenix, AZ—June 12, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today that the Superior Court has found that the Phoenix Union High School District discriminated against a group of older employees by paying them less money to substitute teach than younger employees.
Porti indicted in stealing fish from Univ. of AZ Agricultural Center
AG announces indictment of Tucson man on fraud and theft charges
(Phoenix, Arizona, June 16, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today the indictment of Carl Arnal for four counts of theft and one count of fraud scheme.
The indictment charges Arnal, 44, with stealing approximately $660,000 from clients, La Hermosa Church, Freeway Enterprises, Inc., Su Casa Produce, and Red Dog Rebuilders, through his business, Consortium of Public Adjusters.