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Arizona in Brief: Arizona financial planner’s probation revoked for violations


PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona-based financial planner who was sentenced to ... elderly investors out of about $257,000 from 2009 to 2012 while operating a Phoenix real estate investment business. Internal Revenue Service investigators say Heartburg violated ...


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Police say they contacted Loofborough after receiving a call from the father of the 13-year-old boy. The man was concerned about conversations his son had with the seventh-grade science teacher. Police say the teen allegedly had been messaging on social media and video chatting with Loofborough after school hours. Loofborough later reportedly exposed herself to the boy via video chat and allegedly let him touch her. Man accused of faking cancer to collect donations SCOTTSDALE (AP) — A 46-year-old man is accused of faking a battle with cancer and then his death to scam relatives, friends and strangers of $30,000. Christopher Wade Nelson remained jailed after being arrested Dec7 by Scottsdale police on suspicion of theft, fraud and taking the identity of another. According to police, Nelson took the identity of others to solicit donations from at least 20 people, including former high school classmates, strangers, acquaintances, family members and friends. Police say while Nelson pretended he was receiving experimental treatment for terminal pancreatic cancer, the story was a scheme. According to police, Nelson posed as a relative to falsely say he’d killed himself when he feared the truth would come out. Court records don’t list a defense attorney who could comment on the allegations. Sunrise Park Resort to open for season Friday as scheduled GREER (AP) — Sunrise Park Resort staff say the eastern Arizona ski area will be open this week despite a misleading Facebook post that said otherwise. Sunrise Park Resort sent out a statement and Facebook post Wednesday saying that the ski area was closed until further notice. Gwendena Lee-Gatewood, spokeswoman for the White Mountain Apache Tribe which owns the resort, says that the information on the statement and the Facebook post was incorrect. She says the ski resort will still open Friday. Sunrise Park Resort officials are investigating whether a former employee was responsible for the post. Navajo Code Talker Teddy Draper Srdies in Arizona at 96 WINDOW ROCK (AP) — A Navajo Code Talker who used his native language to outsmart the Japanese in World War II has died in Arizona. Navajo Nation officials say Teddy Draper Srdied Thursday at age 96 in the small city of Prescott. Tribal officials say Draper lived in Chinle, Arizona. Draper and other Navajos followed in the footsteps of the original 29 who developed the code. He was part of the 5th Marine Division, fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima and received a Purple Heart as well as a Congressional Silver Medal. Funeral plans were pending and a list of Draper’s survivors wasn’t immediately available Thursday. Draper’s death came nine days after another Navajo Code Talker, George BWillie Sr., died in Arizona at age 92. Sign in to favorite this Contact Us Receive News e-alerts $(document).ready(function(){ $('#print_btn').bind('click', function(){ window.print(); }) }) More like this story Navajo Code Talker Teddy Draper Srdies in Prescott at 96 Code Talker Teddy Draper Srdies at 96; was former Prescott Veterans Day Parade grand marshal Arizona in Brief: Judge releases adults, juveniles charged in killing man Editorial: It's no secret that WWII Code Talkers are heroes Navajo Nation mourns passing of Code Talker SUBMIT FEEDBACK Click Below to: File a Rant or Rave about this story Ask us a question Submit a letter to the editor Send us a news tip or story idea

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