DENVER—For the fourth time in two years, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office has successfully sued an air-duct cleaning company for false advertising. A consent judgement was obtained against 212 Home Inc., (d/b/a Denver Air Duct), and company owner, Eliran Raviv. While consumers were enticed with bargain $39 cleaning offers, they were ultimately charged much higher amounts. The company misrepresented the qualifications of its staff and misled homeowners into believing that their systems contained mold.
DENVER—The Colorado Attorney General’s Office today announced that Brian Keith Williams, 31 years-old, was arrested for sex trafficking a child, pimping young adult women, and for second-degree attempted murder. The state grand jury indicted Williams last week. Solomon Ray Herrera, 35 years-old, was arrested for soliciting the services of the victim child prostitute.
DENVER —Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced today that Mike Tee was sentenced to serve 18 years in the Department of Corrections for masterminding a criminal ring that stole insurance money by staging automobile accidents. In April 2013, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office indicted Tee on 31 felony counts and in January 2015, an Arapahoe County jury found him guilty.
DENVER—The Colorado Attorney General’s Office was joined by other law enforcement agencies today to announce Colorado’s largest marijuana bust since legalization. Tri Trong Nguyen, with the support of his wife, three sisters, and dozens of co-conspirators, is alleged to have overseen a massive illegal interstate marijuana distribution network.
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