Tucson Business Owner Ordered to Go To Jail for Motorhome Scam

Tucson, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a judge ordered a Tucson business owner to go to jail for continuing to scam consumers in violation of a 2010 Arizona Consumer Fraud Judgment. In May 2016, a Pima County Superior Court Judge found Claude Thomas Kennedy in contempt of court and ordered him to pay a $100,000 fine by June 10, 2016 or face jail time. Kennedy did not pay the fine, and the court issued an arrest warrant for Kennedy on June 16, 2016. Kennedy's whereabouts are unknown at this time.

Home Security System Scams

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning Arizonans to be aware of door-to-door home alarm security scams.  The scam involves using deceptive sales tactics and misleading statements to get consumers to sign up for home alarm contracts or switch home alarm monitoring services.

Governor Doug Ducey Thanks Firefighters, Encourages Arizonans To Travel Safely This Weekend

Phoenix, Arizona - With the Cedar Fire now more than 75 percent contained and pre-evacuation orders lifted, Governor Doug Ducey issued the following statement today, thanking firefighters and encouraging Arizonans to travel safely this weekend.

Governor Doug Ducey On Bug Creek Fire: Stay Alert, Follow Directives

Phoenix, Arizona - overnor Doug Ducey on Bug Creek Fire: Stay Alert, Follow Directives:

Governor Doug Ducey Holds Signing Ceremony For Bill Protecting Child Victims

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey today held a ceremonial bill signing for legislation protecting child victims who use therapy dogs. HB 2375, signed into law in May, requires courts to allow victims under 18 years of age to have a therapy dog accompany them when testifying in court. It also permits the court to allow a victim over the age of 18 to be accompanied by a therapy dog.