NOT CHARGED | THEFT – (Maricopa County) (DMC No. 4085): Mr. U. was an employee of a local hotel chain. He had a $5,000.00 plasma TV shipped to his own home, rather than to the resort he worked at. The shipping company was confused, and had the TV delivered to the resort instead of to Mr. U.’s address. He was charged with Theft (even though he never took possession of the TV). We were able to contact his employers (who had terminated him), and they agreed not to aid in prosecution with the State. We then spoke with the Detective, and he agreed to not submit the case to the County Attorney’s Office for charges.
NOT CHARGED | THEFT – (Maricopa County) (DMC No. 4218): Ms. S. had 3 pending felony cases regarding stolen vehicle, drugs, and money laundering. We contacted detectives and put together a “cooperation deal” which resulted in the detective not routing the case to the County Attorney’s Office. As a result, not only was Ms. S. not charged, all 3 cases became “invisible” within the system.
NOT CHARGED | THEFT / COUNTERFEIT APPAREL & DESTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE – State vs. Mr. E. (DMC No. 9991) (Phoenix Police Department No. 2008-81008727): Mr. E. worked for a mobile storage company. A particular unit was rented by the NFL to store counterfeit merchandise during the January Superbowl at Cardinal’s stadium. Approximately 5 months later, they were not receiving anymore bills for the mobile unit due to the fact that it had been re-rented by somebody else. Allegations were made that counterfeit items were taken out of the mobile unit by employees before the unit was re-rented. Mr. E. was being accused of Theft, Possession of Counterfeit Merchandise and Destruction of Evidence. He hired us; we were able to convince the FBI, Department of Homeland Security and Phoenix Police that there was not enough evidence to move forward against Mr. E. No charges were brought.