TUSCON, Ariz. (Legal Newsline) – According to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, a Tucson family comprised of Richard Stevens, Anthony Stevens and David Stevens has been permanently barred from automobile repairs and paving activities in Arizona because of allegations they violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.
The family conducted business under the names A&D’s Auto Care, A&D Auto, A & D Auto Care, A&D Auto Body and A&D’s Auto Care and Collisions. They sold automobile repair, collision and detailing services.
Their paving company was Desert Paveing [sic].
According to the state’s allegations, the defendants accepted money for services they never completed. Additionally, Anthony Stevens allegedly made it seem like he was registered by the Arizona Registrar of Contractors when he did not in fact have a license.
An order for default judgment stops the defendants from conducting their business in the state and mandates them to pay $18,401 in restitution. The defendants are also required to pay $100,000 in civil penalties and $16,580 in fees and costs.
Assistant Attorney General Taren Ellis Langford handled the case.