Image: Jeff Newton Jarrett Maupin II pleaded guilty today to a felony count of making a false statement to a federal law enforcement agent. Prosecutors are recommending probation for the former candidate for Phoenix mayor; his sentencing is scheduled for late July. U.S. District Court Judge Da ... More >>
Jarrett Maupin II, one of seven members of the Phoenix Union High School governing board, has been indictedby a federal grand jury of one count of lying to the FBI.If you'll recall, Maupin was arrested in November for the same alleged crime by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office and charged w ... More >>
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is knocking on New Times’ door again. Investigators from the MCSO’s Special Victims Unit contacted staff writer Stephen Lemons following Thursday's arrest of activist Jarrett Maupin II. The detectives asked that Lemons come to MCSO offices for questionin ... More >>
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