Phoenix Man Pleads Guilty To Fraud, Money Laundering

A Phoenix man, Daniel Barraza Nevarez, has plead guilty to two felony counts of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices and Money Laundering.

Between November 2017 and February 2018, Nevarez filed a series of fraudulent quit-claim deeds transferring him ownership of single family homes in Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, and Phoenix. Nevarez then attempted to use the victims’ homes as collateral to secure cash loans. Nevarez used a false identity to execute this fraud, but his true identity was discovered through an undercover operation conducted by agents of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office and Scottsdale Police Department.

The plea agreement requires Nevarez to pay $21,708.43 in restitution for legal fees incurred by the victims as a result of these crimes. Nevarez will also serve no less than eight months in Maricopa County Jail.

Assistant Attorney General Adam J. Schwartz prosecuted the case.

Nevarez will be sentenced on November 8, 2018, at Maricopa County Superior Court.

3 Comments on "Phoenix Man Pleads Guilty To Fraud, Money Laundering"

  1. The Oracle of Tucson | October 12, 2018 at 9:46 am |

    On the bright side, Daniel Barraza Nevarez could always relocate to Pima County and run for political office.
    Based on the list of his convictions he’s abundantly qualified and would fit right in.
    And after all, who doesn’t like a politician with conviction?

    The Oracle

  2. Wow, he looks like Rahooie Grizelda’s brother. Any other similarities?

  3. I think Grijalva would be upset about the possible impact on his Family’s political lifestyle.

Comments are closed.