Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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01/2008

Phoenix Women Indicted for Stealing Checks at Friendly House

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 14, 2008) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the indictment of Julie Ann Perez, 47, of Phoenix, on one count of fraud and four counts of theft, and Virginia Isla Kathleen Tudor, 22, of Phoenix, on one count of fraud and three counts of theft. The defendants are charged with stealing over $198,000 from the Friendly House, a Phoenix community-based organization.

Perez was arraigned in Maricopa County Superior Court today. Tudor was arraigned late last year.

Terry Goddard Announces MySpace to Adopt Multiple Safety Measures

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 14, 2008) In a victory for child safety on the Internet, Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced that MySpace has agreed to take significant steps to better protect children on its social networking Web site. The agreement on Key Principles of Social Networking Sites Safety includes the creation of a broad-based task force to develop age and identity verification technology.

Terry Goddard Announces 11 Men Indicted in Drug Case

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 10, 2007) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the indictment of 11 men on drug-related and money laundering charges.

The case involves a joint investigation with the Phoenix Police Department. During the execution of a search warrant this morning at the home of defendant Adam Mena Angulo, 34, of Phoenix, a Phoenix Police Officer was shot in the hand. Angulo was arrested and booked into Maricopa County Jail.

Terry Goddard, Steve Owens Announce Arizona Joining Lawsuit Against U.S. EPA

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 2, 2008) Attorney General Terry Goddard and Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Director Steve Owens today announced that Arizona is joining a lawsuit brought by California against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to uphold the right of states to regulate greenhouse gas pollution from automobiles.

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