The Apache Junction Police Department Chief of Police Thomas E. Kelly would like to remind citizens to stay alert and not fall victim to scams.
Attorney General Tom Horne is warning Arizona consumers, particularly students, to be wary of telephone solicitors who offer to send thousands of dollars of grant money if the consumer pays a couple hundred dollars through a money card. Green Dot cards are a popular method through which scammers now conduct business as they are as good as cash and cannot be traced. These reloadable debit cards are available at numerous locations and can be used much like a debit card.
Name: Kiauna Marie Clark
Comments: Offender convicted in 2014 for pandering and attempted sexual misconduct with a minor. The victim was a 15 year old female, who the offender met online.
Name: Christopher Michael Bochenek
Comments: Pled guilty to sexual conduct with a minor in Sept 2011, 23 year old offender engaged in sexual intercourse with a 15 year old female acquaintance.
Name: Andriya Musas Shagawa
Comments: In 2001, 27 year old male offender engaged in sexual activity with a 14 year old female acquaintance.
Name: Austin Michael Davis
Offense: Statutory Sexual Seduction. Synopsis: In 2005, the 21 year old offender engaged in sexual activity with a 15 year olf female acquaintance.
With the weather warming and flowers blooming, bees have started to become more active in the community. Here are some bee safety tips to residents to help avoid any unfortunate encounters.
As National Consumer Protection Week comes to a close, Attorney General Tom Horne is reminding Arizonans that financial fraud has many different forms (data breaches, identity theft, and telemarketing scams) and providing tips to help consumers protect themselves.
Name: Ryan Edward Elder
Comments: In 2013, offender engage in online conversations with an undercover detective believing the detective was a 13 year old female. During these conversations the offender exposed himself over the web cam.
Many of us have told our children the importance of saying "no" when being offered drugs or alcohol. However, how many of us have equipped them with the right tools to say no? A simple "no" by itself is often not enough to deflect peer pressure. It's important for kids to have a good reason. That reason may vary depending on your child, their peer group, and the particular situation.
Are you heading out of town for Christmas, or maybe even New Years? If you are, here are a few things to consider.
1) Do not post on social sites when you are leaving or how long you will be gone. If you must or have posted about leaving town already put a posting saying thank you "someone" for watching and staying at our home while we are gone.
Name: Andriya Musas Shagawa
Comments: In 2001, 27 yoa male offender engaged in sexual activity with a 14yoa female acquaintance.