Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich




Scam Alert: Goddard Warns of "Travelers" Offering Asphalt Paving Services

(Phoenix, Ariz. – April 13, 2004)  Attorney General Terry Goddard is warning Arizonans to look out for fraudulent construction or paving companies offering residential asphalt paving services. 

The scam works like this:  A representative from a company known as “Travelers,” stops at a house and offers to spread “surplus asphalt” on a homeowner’s driveway or a small portion of the property for a discounted price. 

Mother with Gambling Addiction Sentenced to Prison for Theft

(Phoenix, Ariz. - April 13, 2004)   Shannon K. Simmons, 34, of Goodyear was sentenced today in Maricopa County Superior Court to three years in prison for theft.  Simmons’ sentence also includes seven years of supervised probation upon release from jail and an order to pay restitution of over $392,000 to her former employer, Bob Lueck Dairies, of Buckeye.

Attorney General's Office Secures Precursor Chemical Violation Conviction

(Phoenix, Ariz. – April 9, 2004)  The Arizona Attorney General’s Office secured a conviction against Harry J. Chung owner and operator of the Unocal Self-Serve Mart at 2810 East Bell Road in Phoenix.  Chung was found guilty in Maricopa County Superior Court of knowingly selling pseudoephedrine and ephedrine to people knowing the products would be used to manufacture methamphetamine.  Both drugs are found in over the counter cold and allergy medications, and are the main ingredients in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.  Mr.