Phoenix Police Officers Indicted on Fraud, Theft Charges
November 18, 2010
Three current Phoenix police officers and a former patrolman who worked most of his career in South Mountain Precinct have been indicted on fraud and theft charges for their alleged roles in an off-duty security scam, the Arizona Attorney General's Office announced today.
The indictments capped a three-year investigation into the officers' involvement at the Cotton Center low-income housing complex near Broadway Road and 48th Street.
The investigation reportedly centers on whether officers falsely claimed the hours they worked off-duty.
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