AG Brnovich Sues Magazine Subscription Telemarketing Business

Phoenix – Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against an Arizona telemarketing company accused of using a magazine subscription scam to defraud consumers throughout the United States. Burudi Mwonyonyi and his company, Publishers Service Office, Inc. are alleged to have placed 48,000 telephone calls a month, using an auto-dialer, to sell consumers new or renewed magazine subscriptions.

AG Brnovich: Theft Ring Busted in Tucson Suspects Accused of Preying on Elderly

Phoenix – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced five people have been indicted, accused of stealing from the elderly in Tucson. The alleged theft ring was dismantled after a joint investigation involving the Tucson Police Department, the Oro Valley Police Department, and the Arizona Attorney General's Office. 44 year old Kathryn Louise Hess, 38 year old Chevy Tennell Marchbank, 33 year old Teresa M.

AG Brnovich: Probation Officer Indicted on Theft & Fraudulent Schemes Charges

Phoenix – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a grand jury has indicted an adult probation officer accused of stealing from probationers and the State of Arizona. 43-year-old Mary Ellen Beck is charged with theft, money laundering, fraudulent schemes and artifices, fraudulent schemes and practices, and forgery.

AG Brnovich: Former High School Bookstore Manager Arrested Accused of Theft

Phoenix – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today AG Special Agents arrested a former bookstore manager at Tolleson Union High School. 56-year-old Brenda Lynn Busse is accused of stealing more than $120,000 from the TUHS bookstore. A State Grand Jury indicted Busse on one count of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices, Theft, and Misuse of Public Monies.