Terry Goddard Cautions Fans Hunting for Super Bowl Tickets

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 29, 2008) With only a few days to Super Bowl Sunday, Attorney General Terry Goddard is reminding fans still searching for tickets to be mindful of fraud artists.

Arizona law allows people to resell tickets as long as they are sold more than 200 feet from the event. For those still hoping to purchase tickets for Sunday’s game, Goddard offers the following advice:

Man Extradited from Mexico to Face Forgery, Identity Theft Charges

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 25, 2008) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced that Ruben Rosendo “Casho” Camargo Plaza, of Cananea, Mexico, has been extradited to Phoenix to face charges of forgery, trafficking in the identity of another and conspiracy. He was booked into Maricopa County Jail and will be transferred to Cochise County to stand trial.

According to court documents, Camargo, 49, was charged in March 2007 with creating and selling fake resident alien cards and other identification documents. He fled to Mexico before he could be arrested.

Terry Goddard Joins Letter Questioning EPA’s Delay on Emission Rules

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 23, 2008) Attorney General Terry Goddard today expressed concern that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has yet to issue proposed regulations regarding carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. Last April, the U.S. Supreme Court established that the EPA has authority to issue such regulations under the Clean Air Act.

Terry Goddard Announces Settlement of Sex Harassment Lawsuit

(Phoenix, Ariz. – Jan. 17, 2008) Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced a settlement resolving a sexual harassment lawsuit against Drexel Diesel Service, L.L.C. and Drexel Service Center, L.L.C. The lawsuit alleged that owner, Jim Carrillo, Sr., sexually harassed Lizzie Brown and Marilyn Alvarez, two female employees, by subjecting them to unwelcome and offensive sexual comments, innuendos, touching and propositions for sex. It further alleged he retaliated against them for opposing the harassment.