(Prescott, Ariz. – February 15, 2005) Attorney General Terry Goddard was joined by Yavapai County Sheriff Steve Waugh and Yavapai County Attorney Shelia Polk at a news conference here today to discuss Goddard’s new initiative to combat the production and use of methamphetamines. Morrey Shifman, Board volunteer for the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Arizona, also joined Goddard to discuss the club’s efforts to combat meth use.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – February 18, 2004) Attorney General Terry Goddard joined 18 state attorneys general in asking ChoicePoint, Inc. to immediately notify any consumers in their states whose information may have been released to a ring of identity thieves.
ChoicePoint, Inc., a Georgia-based company, provides personal data to credit providers, government agencies, landlords and others who perform credit history checks. While the extent of the theft is unknown, only California has a law that requires companies to notify residents of a security breach.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – February 23, 2005) Attorney General Terry Goddard today thanked members of the State Senate Education Committee for passing the School Receivership Bill (SB1476).
(Phoenix, Ariz. – February 23, 2005) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced an indictment arising from alleged abuses of an elderly woman’s trust fund. The State Grand Jury indictment accuses Jennifer Elizabeth Johnson, 41, and her husband, Philip Wayne Johnson, 37, formerly of Flagstaff, of spending on themselves over $100,000 of the principal and income of the living trust of Jennifer Johnson’s grandmother. This was money that Jennifer Johnson, as trustee of this trust, was authorized to spend only for the benefit of her grandmother.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – February 24, 2005) Ten Attorneys General and officials from 13 other states came together today to attack what they called the biggest illegal drug menace in America: the use and production of methamphetamine. Heading their calls for action, they recommend making pills containing pseudoephedrine, the drug essential to producing meth, harder to obtain by placing them behind pharmacy counters and requiring buyers to show Ids and sign a log to get them.
(Phoenix, Ariz. – February 25, 2005) My campaign disclosures were complete, highly detailed and in compliance with the Clean Elections law.
Of course, this complaint will be properly investigated, and I have recused myself and this office from any involvement with that process.
I don't know why a complaint like this would be filed after more than two years except to attempt to divert attention from the Clean Elections investigations of complaints relating to the 2004 election.