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Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, February 26, 2013
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today announced that the statewide grand jury has indicted Karen Gasparyan (D.O.B. 04/04/83) and Mohinder Grover (D.O.B. 04/13/50) of Aurora for violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act and engaging in a pattern of racketeering.
Carolyn Tyler Monday, February 11, 2013
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today announced that a statewide grand jury has indicted Jeffory Shields (D.O.B. 10/01/1964) and Nicholas Sartini (D.O.B. 1/16/1968) on 16 counts of securities fraud. The indictment alleges that for approximately 11 months, beginning in January 2012, the two men solicited 21 investors from 13 states to invest in fraudulent exploration and drilling of oil and gas wells.
“Investors lost more than $1 million in the course of these fraudulent actions,” alleged Suthers.
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, February 6, 2013
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced today that Alan Johnson of Loveland (D.O.B. 03/15/1967) was found guilty of running a drug-trafficking criminal enterprise that distributed cocaine and methamphetamine throughout Northern Colorado and as far away as Montana.
Carolyn A. Tyler Tuesday, February 5, 2013
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers filed a lawsuit today against Standard and Poor’s (S&P) in connection with the ratings that it issued on structured finance securities, including residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS) that were issued at the height of the market from 2004-2007. This lawsuit is part of a joint federal-state effort to hold those responsible for their part in the foreclosure and financial crisis.
Carolyn A. Tyler Monday, February 4, 2013
DENVER—The Colorado Attorney General’s Office today announced that it entered into a stipulation and final agency order in a case involving a Westminster, Colorado debt-settlement company, Prestige Financial Solutions, Inc. and its owner Amy Thompson.
Carolyn A. Tyler Thursday, January 17, 2013
DENVER — The Colorado Attorney General’s Office announced the charging of fifteen individuals accused of fraudulently acquiring, diverting and distributing large amounts of oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance in the Denver-metro area as well as in Oklahoma.
“Crimes around prescription drugs are on the rise in Colorado and nationwide and we are seeing a proliferation of fraudulent schemes to obtain and divert oxycodone which is highly-addictive,” said Attorney General John Suthers.

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