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10/2011

2811 Club Lied: AG Horne Did NOT Tell Phoenix Police To Raid Marijuana Club

PHOENIX (Thursday, October 13, 2011) – “It has been reported to me that Allan Sobol, Marketing Director of the 2811 Club, is telling the media that I told the Phoenix Police Department to raid the Club. I did no such thing. I have remained consistent in my position, waiting for a Judge to rule on the legality of the clubs. I have no authority over the Phoenix Police, and had no knowledge of their plans in this case.”

AG Horne Announces A New Program Of Sting Operations Produces First Consent Judgement

PHOENIX (Monday, October 17, 2011) -- Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that his first auto repair “sting” has resulted in a $40,494.63 Consent Judgment against Econo-Lube N. Tune, Inc., a Delaware corporation that owns and operates Econo-Lube N’Tune & Brakes and Meineke locations throughout the United States. The Meineke/Econolube location at 6829 N. 7th Street in Phoenix was selected as the subject of the AG’s investigation as a result of consumer complaints.

Horne Announces Prison Time For Woman Who Stole From Health Care Provider

PHOENIX (Thursday, October 20, 2011) -- Attorney General Tom Horne, in conjunction with the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, today announced that Carol Lynette Curie was sentenced to two and a half years in the Arizona Department of Corrections on one count of Theft. 

Between March, 2008 and February, 2010, Curie committed theft totaling over $116,400.00 while employed as the Chief Financial Officer for Metro Care Services, which is owned by The Tungland Company and specializes in providing non-medical health care for developmentally disabled individuals. 

AG Tom Horne Responded to Courts Decision Re: Disqualification

PHOENIX (Friday, October 28, 2011) -- Attorney General Tom Horne today responded to a court’s decision disqualifying the Attorney General’s office from proceeding in the Independent Redistricting Commission case, based on the Attorney General’s previous representation of the commission, even though the incident in question occurred long after the Attorney General no longer represented the commission. The case has been referred to Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery.