Free Shred-a-Thon & Prescription Drug Take-Back Event This Weekend in Chandler

What: The Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AGO), Chandler PD, and AARP Arizona are hosting a free Shred-a-Thon and Prescription Drug Take-Back community event this Saturday, January 28, in Chandler. 

Link to flyer

There is no need to leave your car!  The public can stay in their vehicle and place their documents and unwanted medication in the trunk of their car prior to arriving.

Arizona Attorney General’s Office Files Motion to Withdraw Execution of Aaron Brian Gunches

PHOENIX – Today, the Arizona Attorney General's office filed in the Arizona Supreme Court a motion to withdraw a motion previously filed by the State for a warrant of execution of Aaron Brian Gunches. The State requested the warrant of execution only after and because Mr. Gunches initiated the now-pending proceedings with his own motion requesting execution on November 25, 2022. In a January 4, 2023 filing, Mr. Gunches reversed his decision and requested his motion be withdrawn.

Attorney General Mayes Reminds Parents About Infant Rocking Sleeper Recall

PHOENIX - Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes is warning parents and caregivers to immediately stop using the Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play sleepers and the Kids II Rocking Sleepers.  In 2019, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled the two rocking sleeper devices after several infant deaths were reported.  After the recalls were announced, at least 12 children reportedly died in the recalled products, according to the CPSC. 

Attorney General Kris Mayes Warns Consumers to be Vigilant Against Super Bowl Scams

PHOENIX - Attorney General Kris Mayes is reminding consumers to watch out for Super Bowl scams in the weeks leading up to the big game in Glendale.  

Scam artists may try to sell counterfeit tickets, the same passes to multiple consumers or original tickets that have been voided. Consumers looking for a place to stay need to watch for fraudsters who may pose as hosting sites.  Scammers sometimes lead people to believe they have accommodations, request payment and then disappear, leaving them with no place to stay.