Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich




Glendale Residents found Guilty on Meth Charges

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Oct. 26, 2005)  A Maricopa County Superior Court jury found three Glendale residents guilty of charges stemming from the manufacture of methamphetamine and child exposure to the toxic drug.  The verdicts were announced Monday.

The defendants, Mickey C. Rosenquist, 31; Maren L. Fowler, 30; and Richard S. Stephenson,31, appeared to live together in a Glendale home along with Rosenquist’s and Fowler’s sons who were under five years old. In April 2004, police found a meth lab in the home’s garage along with methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia inside the house.

Suspect Indicted for Making and Selling Fake IDs

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Oct. 27, 2005)  The Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced an indictment against Maria del Carmen Castejon Nava of Phoenix for manufacturing and selling fake identifications.

Nava was indicted on five counts related to the sale and production of false identifications.  She was charged with one count of illegally conducting an enterprise, one count of trafficking in the identity of another person, two counts of forgery and one count of criminal possession of a forgery device.

Terry Goddard Joins Attorneys General Urging Congress To Enact Measures to Thwart Identity Theft

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Oct. 31, 2005)  Attorney General Terry Goddard has joined 45 other state Attorneys General urging Congress to help protect consumers from identity theft by enacting national security breach and credit freeze legislation.  The proposed laws would require businesses entrusted with personal financial data to notify consumers if their company’s data files are breached and allow consumers to put a credit freeze on their accounts.