KINGMAN – A slew of probation violations are alleged for a Kingman couple who entered plea agreements after they were charged with engaging in fraud to steal almost $90,000 in food stamps from the State of Arizona.
An Arizona Attorney General’s Office 22-count indictment alleged that Brian Clark, 49, and Kimberly Clark, 44, committed theft of $89,577.96 over a six-year period ending in early 2018. Probation was imposed after Mrs. Clark entered a plea deal in June, 2020 and Mr. Clark did the same in August, 2021.
Both Clarks appeared before Judge Doug Camacho on Wednesday, September 7. The judge informed them that they have been charged with numerous violations of terms and that authorities are pushing to revoke their probation.
Both Clark’s expressed surprise during their separate hearings and began to ask questions or offer explanations. Judge Camacho advised both to consult with their lawyers and await hearings scheduled in October if they wish to contest the allegedly violations.