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10/2003

Scam Alert: Message from: Citibank Server

SCAM ALERT 
Message from:  Citibank Server 

(Phoenix, AZ – October 8, 2003)  Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizona residents of an internet e-mail scam that states it is sent "by the Citibank server" to verify the Citibank Member's e-mail address.  Residents throughout the state are receiving this internet e-mail message requesting verification of account information.  Residents are requested to provide personal information - their email address, ATM/debit card number, PIN number. 

Attorney General Goddard Reminds Consumers that Household/Beneficial Stttlement Payment Deadline is Approaching

Attorney General Goddard reminds consumers that
Household/Beneficialsettlement payment deadline is approaching 

(Phoenix, AZ – October 9, 2003)  Attorney General Terry Goddard issued a reminder today that the clock is ticking for Arizona consumers who haven’t sent in their settlement forms to participate in the Household/Beneficial settlement.  Valid forms need to be sent in on or before October 14, 2003. 

Joint Law Enforcement Efforts Results in 27 Arrests on Drug Trafficking Charges in Yuma

JOINT LAW ENFORCEMENT EFFORT RESULTS IN 27 ARRESTS
ON DRUG TRAFFICKING CHARGES IN YUMA 

(Yuma, Arizona—October 21, 2003) The Office of Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the arrest of 27 suspects in an on-going investigation of the Haro Drug Trafficking Organization. Last month, Assistant Attorney General Billie Rosen prosecuted ringleader Noel Haro on 17 counts involving marijuana, cocaine and money laundering. Haro was found guilty and was sentenced to 272 years in prison.  

Attorney General Goddard Meets with Mexico's AG on Cross Border Issues, Extradictions

ATTORNEY GENERAL GODDARD MEETS WITH MEXICO’S AG
ON CROSS BORDER ISSUES, EXTRADICTIONS 

(Phoenix, Arizona—October 21, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard is in Mexico today on a threeday trip to meet with Mexican Attorney General Lic. Alejandro Ramos Flores and other law enforcement and Foreign Ministry officials. 

Mexican National Indicted on Identy Theft

Mexican National Indicted on Identity Theft  

(Phoenix – Oct 31, 2003) Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today the indictment of Ramiro Ayala-Aguilar on charges of taking the identity of a California truck driver.  

Ayala-Aguilar, 21, has been detained and deported numerous times by INS officials in Douglas and Tucson since July of 2000.  Ayala-Aguilar figured out that using the name, date of birth and social security number of legal residents made detection and detention much less likely.