Arizona Man Charged In Electronic Equipment Installation Fraud Scheme


A State Grand Jury has indicted a former Tucson resident, Donald Theodore Diaz Jr., in connection with an electronic equipment installation fraud scheme.

According to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Diaz was charged with eight counts of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices and one count of Theft he allegedly committed between December 2011 and April 2018.

Diaz, a sole proprietor who occasionally operated under the business name of Elite Audio Visual Telecommunications, is accused of failing to fulfill contracts to install electronic equipment while pocketing $31,522 in down payments for himself. As alleged in the indictment, Diaz entered into contracts with 12 Arizona victims to purchase and install audio, video, and security equipment, received advanced payment from the victims, and did not fulfill the contracts.


  1. Hurting innocent people !
    Scam artists etc are the scum of earth
    What ever happened to Good Old Hard Work the legal way

  2. You have to wonder about this guy and the Pine-Strawberry accountant embezzler. In both cases it seemed they just started stealing in very obvious ways, then waited for the roof to cave in. It did.

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