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Attorney General Brnovich Announces Former Peoria Police Officer's Association President and Treasurer Indicted for Theft

PEORIA – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that 33-year-old Mitchell Fuller of Peoria, and 46-year-old Cameron Lebbon of Anthem, have each been indicted with 2 felony counts of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices, and Theft from the Peoria Police Officer’s Association (PPOA). The alleged offenses are Class 2 felony offenses.

Attorney General Brnovich Announces $600,000 in AGO Grant Funding to Child and Family Advocacy Centers

PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that the Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has awarded $600,000 in grant funding to 21 different Child and Family Advocacy Centers (CFACs) across the state. CFACs provide victim-focused programs and help coordinate critical services for victims of family violence and sexual assault, including children.

General Brnovich Leads Coalition in Lawsuit Challenging Biden’s Illegal Minimum Wage Hike

PHOENIX -- Attorney General Brnovich is leading a coalition of five states suing the Biden administration over its Contractor Minimum Wage Mandate that increases the minimum wage for federal contractors to $15 and expands overtime requirements for federal contractors. The Mandate covers one-fifth of the entire U.S. labor force and applies to industries such as law enforcement, whitewater rafting, and fast-food restaurants, as well as all three Arizona state universities and the Civil Rights Division of the Office of the Arizona Attorney General (AGO).

Attorney General’s Office Resolves Arizona Bar Complaints

PHOENIX – Today Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced he has reached an agreement with the State Bar of Arizona to resolve the bar complaints filed by the Secretary of State (SOS) and Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) against General Brnovich and several Office attorneys. The agreement will result in the dismissal of each complaint with no sanction or findings of professional misconduct. 
 

Attorney General Brnovich Continues to Fight Health Care Worker COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich is continuing the fight to protect Arizona health care workers and their patients and employers from the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. In a new action filed today, General Brnovich and 15 other attorneys general are asking a federal judge to once again block the federal government from enforcing the mandate in their respective states before it goes into effect. 

Cochise County Woman Indicted After Allegedly Casting the Early Ballot of Her Recently Deceased Mother

COCHISE COUNTY – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that 55-year-old Krista Michelle Conner of Cochise County a was indicted on one count of Illegal Voting and one count of Perjury for allegedly illegally casting the early ballot of her deceased mother during the 2020 general election.

Defendant Conner is alleged to have illegally placed a signature on the envelope of her recently deceased mother’s early ballot envelope and cast a vote on behalf of Caroline Jeanne Sullivan. Sullivan died approximately one month before Conner signed the envelope.