Pima County Attorney's Office - Tucson, Arizona 85701

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32 North Stone Avenue , Tucson , Arizona 85701

(520) 740-5600








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Pima County is a county in the south central region of the U.S. state of Arizona. The population was 980,263 at the 2010 census. The county seat is Tucson, where nearly all of the population is centered. Other urban areas include Oro Valley, Marana, Sahuarita, Green Valley, Ajo, and South Tucson.

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Pima County Attorney's Office is located in the Tucson area of Arizona. There are at least 20 other listings in the 85701 postcode area.

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Number of Employees: 5001-10000

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Thank you Tucson Foundations! Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, Tucson Police Department, Pima County... https://t.co/GRnZxc3jx6
Fri Mar 02 17:22:07 +0000 2018
Congratulations to the latest group of Drug Treatments Alternative to Prison (DTAP) graduates! Sahuarita Sun... https://t.co/93zZJVNGTZ
Tue Feb 20 20:34:16 +0000 2018
Francisco Fuentes Receives Natural Life Sentence for 2004 Murder. On February 8, 2004, Francisco Fuentes... https://t.co/lHoAueuOQs
Fri Feb 16 23:58:57 +0000 2018
Congratulations to Victim Advocate John Faris! John was named the Credentialed Advocate of the month by the... https://t.co/KbRCr1rtSY
Fri Feb 16 19:19:38 +0000 2018
Nathan Ray Fouts receives a 16-year prison term, after pleading guilty to the 2nd degree murder of his mother.... https://t.co/nT3uiZ1QWV
Tue Dec 19 16:37:14 +0000 2017
Join us this coming Tuesday, December 5th, for a presentation on Race + Justice: Tucson. PCAO Chief Deputy Amelia... https://t.co/AKtOcAw1el
Fri Dec 01 16:53:54 +0000 2017
Barbara LaWall and the Pima County Attorney’s Office are honored to be hosting a national two-day leadership... https://t.co/ixDaL5TrXg
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Arizona Daily Star interviews Vanessa Helms, on her return to PCAO as Director of the Victim Services Division. https://t.co/hC9pq34mJp…
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Thank you Tucson Foundations! Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse, Tucson Police Department, Pima County Sheriff's Department
3/2/2018 5:21:59 PM

Ruben Duran Munoz convicted of Attempted Murder. Ruben Munoz was upset with his former employer, John Kai. While meeting with Mr. Kai and the longtime office manager, Sally Velazquez, Munoz got angry and said he was going to kill them both. He pulled out a gun, and forcefully shoved Ms. Velazquez against a partition. She fell to the floor and was temporarily unable to get up. Munoz then shot Mr. Kai in the chest and, after hunting through the office for other employees, returned and shot Mr. Kai in the head. One bullet caused permanent injury to the roof of his mouth and the loss of his eye. The other bullet went through his chest and arm. Last week, a jury convicted Munoz of one count of Attempted First Degree Murder, one count of Attempted Manslaughter, two counts of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, one count of Aggravated Assault Causing Serious Physical Injury, and one count of Burglary in the First Degree. This case was prosecuted by Deputy County Attorneys Alan Goodwin and Victoria Otto. Sentencing is scheduled for March 26, 2018.
3/2/2018 12:42:39 AM

Andrea Tellez Convicted of Felony Criminal Damage and DUI. On October 31, 2015, Andrea Lynn Tellez was attempting to merge onto the freeway at Palo Verde Road. Instead of driving on the roundabout, she went off-road, driving through the desert, and t-boned a truck. The truck was totaled, but, fortunately, the woman who was driving the truck and her children were not injured. When officers arrived at the scene and found Tellez, she was staggering, drowsy, and argumentative. She performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Last week, a jury convicted Tellez of DUI, for driving while impaired, as well as Criminal Damage. This case was prosecuted by Deputy County Attorney Donald Porterfield. Tellez did not show up for trial, and a warrant has been issued for her arrest. Anyone with knowledge of her whereabouts is encouraged to call 88-CRIME – the County Attorney’s anonymous tip line.
3/1/2018 11:51:37 PM

Luis Lopez convicted of Numerous Counts of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Conduct with a Minor. In the mid- to late- 1980s, Luis Lopez began sexually abusing six-year-old niece as well as a nine-year-old neighbor. The abuse of his niece continued until she was twelve. When one of the victims reported to law enforcement, she did a confrontation call with Lopez. He claimed that he was drinking heavily back then, and that he felt bad for the things he did. Last week, a jury convicted Lopez of one count of Sexual Abuse of a Minor, one count of Molestation of a Child, and six counts of Sexual Conduct with a Minor Under Fifteen. All charges were Dangerous Crimes Against Children. This case was prosecuted by Deputy County Attorney Dan South. Sentencing is scheduled for April 2, 2018.
2/20/2018 8:46:23 PM

Congratulations to the latest group of Drug Treatments Alternative to Prison (DTAP) graduates! Sahuarita Sun www.sahuaritasun.com/news/drug-treatment-keeps-offenders-out-of-prison-on-track/article_aef066f4-15dd-11e8-885a-73ba5d6fdde0.html
2/20/2018 8:34:11 PM

James Leroy Mason, Jr. Convicted of Second Degree Murder. Mason lived with his elderly mother (91 years old) and his stepfather (72 years old). On Thanksgiving day in 2015, Mason got frustrated with his stepfather. He told his 14-year-old nephew to go into a back bedroom and take the dogs with him. The nephew heard a lot of noise, and then the defendant told him to come back into the living room to see what his stepfather “made me do.” The victim, Mason's stepfather, was seated in his recliner, with a large knife sticking out of his torso. Mason had stabbed him four times, lacerating all four chambers of his heart, puncturing both lungs, slicing through two ribs, and damaging his spinal column. Last week, a jury convicted Mason of one count of Second Degree Murder. This case was prosecuted by Deputy County Attorneys John Anderson and Nicol Green. Sentencing is scheduled for April 20, 2018.
2/20/2018 7:17:42 PM

Francisco Fuentes Receives Natural Life Sentence for 2004 Murder. On February 8, 2004, Francisco Fuentes approached two men in a truck at the house across the street. He pistol whipped one of them. Later, when some friends and family came to check on that victim, Fuentes approached the group and shot Daniel Pacheco in the chest, killing him. In 2004, Fuentes was tried in absentia, and the jury convicted him of First Degree Premeditated Murder, along with five counts of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Fuentes remained in fugitive status until this year, when he was arrested in Mexico. Our Extradition Unit worked closely with the Office of International Affairs to extradite him back to America. Yesterday, Fuentes was sentenced to serve his natural life in prison for Murder, with concurrent sentences for the five counts of Aggravated Assault.
2/16/2018 11:58:53 PM

Congratulations to Victim Advocate John Faris! John was named the Credentialed Advocate of the month by the National Advocate Credentialing Program. To learn more, read his interview here: www.thenacp.org/featured-ca-of-the-month/
2/16/2018 7:19:32 PM

Ralph Pops Carter convicted of murder. On November 6, 2016, Carter was picked up as a day laborer. Instead of performing work, Carter picked up a metal stake used for forming concrete and beat the victim to death. As Juan Martin Cuen-Amavizca lay dying, Carter stole $850 in cash from his pockets, took his wallet, and then drove away in the victim’s work truck. Carter was located later that day, driving the victim’s truck, and took police on a dangerous high speed case around Pima County. When he was arrested, he had the victim’s blood spatter on his face and his shoes, and was wearing clothes belonging to the victim. On Friday, a jury convicted Carter of First Degree Murder, Armed Robbery, Theft of Means of Transportation, and Fleeing from Law Enforcement. This case was prosecuted by Deputy County Attorneys Jonathan Mosher and John Edgett. Sentencing is scheduled for February 28, 2018.
2/5/2018 5:18:57 PM

Chief Deputy Amelia Cramer, along with Pima County Sheriff's Lieutenant Doug Hanna, teaching the class, "What You Do Matters: Lessons from the Holocaust." This class was presented to Southern Arizona Law Enforcement recruits, on behalf of the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training (AZ POST) and the Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys Advisory Council (APAAC).
2/5/2018 5:04:31 PM

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