Former Police Evidence Technician Admits to Stealing $25K

QUARTZSITE - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a judge sentenced Christy Conley, a former evidence technician with Quartzsite Police Department, who stole thousands of dollars of cash in impounded evidence.

Conley pled guilty to one count of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices and one count of Tampering with Evidence.  As a part of her plea, Conley will be placed on supervised probation and serve no less than 90 days in jail.  She will also be required to complete approximately 150 hours of community service.

Former Bookkeeper Sentenced to 11.5 Years in Prison for Embezzlement

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Kevin Frasier, who embezzled from his employer, Research for Life, will spend more than 11 years in prison. 
Frasier was hired as the bookkeeper at Research for Life back in September 2016.  According to the Phoenix Police Department, Frasier stole $287,217.10 between October 2016 and November 2017.  Investigators say Frasier issued numerous checks to himself that were never authorized by the business and would manipulate the accounting software information relating to some of these checks.

Mesa Man Indicted in Child Internet Pornography Case

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a State Grand Jury indicted 47-year-old Meyer William Stratton, from Mesa, on ten counts of Child Sexual Exploitation. 

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) Deputies arrested Stratton on July 19, 2018. In the indictment, Stratton was charged with possessing ten graphic images of children engaged in sexual conduct or exploitative exhibition, seven of which were video files and three of which were still images.