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IN-DEPTH: PCSD looking for Green Valley man who allegedly stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from residents in golf cart scam

TUCSON (KVOA) - A man who allegedly swindled hundreds of thousands of dollars from clients and friends in Green Valley is now reportedly homeless.Right now, there is a probable cause alert for Jack Randall Roth.That means any law enforcement officer who sees him is to take him into custody and contact Detective Santiago Hernandez.The detective told News 4 Tucson he stole money from numerous victims.One of those victims spoke to News 4, he wants to remain anonymous. He said, "He got 50 (thousand) out from me, ...

TUCSON (KVOA) - A man who allegedly swindled hundreds of thousands of dollars from clients and friends in Green Valley is now reportedly homeless.

Right now, there is a probable cause alert for Jack Randall Roth.

That means any law enforcement officer who sees him is to take him into custody and contact Detective Santiago Hernandez.

The detective told News 4 Tucson he stole money from numerous victims.

One of those victims spoke to News 4, he wants to remain anonymous. He said, "He got 50 (thousand) out from me, 49.5 out of me and then last I heard it was up to 600,000 dollars total with everybody."

The victim is speaking out to let people know what Jack Roth did to him and others who bought or owned golf carts.

According to the website, Valley Golf Cars has been in business for over 50 years.

The victim said, "He befriended me, he's really a nice guy. He just decided to ask me for money one day like he was going to present me with this business plan which he did. He came up with this, we'd sell these (golf) carts for that, make this profit. And I went in on 15 of them."

This victim is one of 20 who contacted the Pima County Sheriff's Department and reported the fraud. The first report was filed in August of 2023.

Detective Santiago Hernandez is investigating the case. He said after the initial report they were inundated with calls.

"They set up an agreement, made the purchase order contract, everything, but he never intended to give the individual, our victim, any money. So he basically scammed him out of that money and spent the money."

For the most part, the 20 victims who came forward have not been repaid, however, Detective Hernandez said, "He's actually borrowed from some of our victims to pay other victims back."

He also questioned Roth who told him he gave the stolen money to a woman who was running another business.

The victim confronted Roth. "It's pretty pathetic. I told him all about how I felt how disgusting he was, I told him he's a little worm, he's not even a man. You think you can do this to people for your own greed".

Detective Hernandez told me "Right now he's homeless. It's just a matter of finding him."

We tried looking for him at his business and I called three different numbers. We didn't find him.

Det. Hernandez said when he's found he'll be charged with one count of fraudulent schemes and 21 counts of theft.

The victim wants justice, but he knows he'll never see a penny. "I'm not going to get the money back, none of us are."

The sheriff's department is looking for Roth. So if you have information call 9-1-1 or 88-CRIME.

Green Valley fire station built to reduce firefighter cancer risk

GREEN VALLEY, Ariz. (KGUN) — We’re used to the idea of firefighters heading into danger at a fire scene but there’s another danger, a lifelong danger they face and that is an increased risk of cancer.Modern buildings are so chock full of synthetics that when they burn they release cancer causing chemicals that can land in firefighters lungs or settle onto their gear.“Breathing in this stuff is not the only way for it to harm us. It gets on our skin, just being exposed to it for long periods of time. Work...

GREEN VALLEY, Ariz. (KGUN) — We’re used to the idea of firefighters heading into danger at a fire scene but there’s another danger, a lifelong danger they face and that is an increased risk of cancer.

Modern buildings are so chock full of synthetics that when they burn they release cancer causing chemicals that can land in firefighters lungs or settle onto their gear.

“Breathing in this stuff is not the only way for it to harm us. It gets on our skin, just being exposed to it for long periods of time. Working a 30 year career, that all adds up. So we want to get that away from us as quickly as possible.”

Green Valley firefighter Sean Rickard has been putting out fires and keeping us safe for fourteen years. He knows that makes him less safe from cancer.

The International Association of Firefighters cites studies that say firefighters' chance of being diagnosed with cancer is nine percent higher than the general population and the chance of dying from cancer is 14 percent higher.

This is Firefighter Cancer Awareness Month with training to help firefighters reduce their risk, and help care for firefighters who have come down with cancer.

Green Valley’s newest fire station is specially built to reduce exposure to things that cause cancer.

It’s divided into hot, warm and cool zones based on risk.

Vehicles, even though they’re kept clean, are in a hot zone.

Protective turnout gear is hosed down while still at the fire, it may go out for special cleaning, then is stored in a warm zone, separated from the living, exercise and sleeping areas where firefighters wait for their next call.

Voters approved bonds to pay for the new station. The Green Valley Fire District is planning to add cancer protection zones to its other four fire stations too.

Reporter Craig Smith asked: “With this in mind, have you got a fair chance of making it to retirement and staying healthy?

Sean Rickard: “That's the goal, that’s the idea.”

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Green Valley Gardeners: Beautifying the community one plant at a time

Green Valley Gardeners is an organization hard at work beautifying their neighborhood one plant at a time.The organization currently has over 600 members who maintain four different gardens in the Green Valley area; Arid Garden, Ogden Garden, Canoa Garden and Desert Meadows Park. They also have a project to maintain medians in roads.“If there’s a bad median that’s really dirty and needs some work, we clean them out ...

Green Valley Gardeners is an organization hard at work beautifying their neighborhood one plant at a time.

The organization currently has over 600 members who maintain four different gardens in the Green Valley area; Arid Garden, Ogden Garden, Canoa Garden and Desert Meadows Park. They also have a project to maintain medians in roads.

“If there’s a bad median that’s really dirty and needs some work, we clean them out and add some new plants,” board member Rhonda Rinn said.

Over several years the group has transformed Desert Meadows Park into a botanical garden. It is located at 999 S. La Huerta, Green Valley. The park is on about four acres of land and includes picnic areas, a plant nursery and a 60 plot community garden. Members can rent a plot to grow their own items.

“We have brought in a lot of donated plants from different people in the community," Residential Harvesting Manager David Kean said. "Also pots, and we’ve had tables and chairs donated; a lot of different things that we’ve added to the park really makes it a beautiful place to come.”

While they’re helping the Green Valley community, members are also building their own personal communities through the organization.

Rinn said, “Everybody that’s here is nice and they’re here because they want to be here and want to help.”

The organization will be hosting their public spring plant sale on March 22 and 23 at Desert Meadows Park from 9am to 2pm.

——Madison Thomas joined KGUN 9 in July of 2023 as a multimedia journalist. She graduated from Arizona State University in May of 2023 with a degree in journalism and mass communication. She has lived in Arizona her entire life and grew up in Douglas. Madison is thrilled to share the stories from the community she grew up in. Share your story ideas and important issues with Madison by emailing madison.thomas@kgun9.com or by connecting on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.

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Four fun and free activities for families during spring break

Some Tucson-area school districts, including Sunnyside Unified School District and Tucson Unified School District, are on spring break this week.If you're staying home in Southern Ariz. for the break and looking for something to do, here are a few fun finds for the whole family.1. Pima County Library EventsLibraries aren't just for books. Librarians at the Woods Memorial Library hold a regular story time for dogs every Wednesday and Saturday. Five dogs come each week for children to read to. If the kids can't read, they ...

Some Tucson-area school districts, including Sunnyside Unified School District and Tucson Unified School District, are on spring break this week.

If you're staying home in Southern Ariz. for the break and looking for something to do, here are a few fun finds for the whole family.

1. Pima County Library EventsLibraries aren't just for books. Librarians at the Woods Memorial Library hold a regular story time for dogs every Wednesday and Saturday. Five dogs come each week for children to read to. If the kids can't read, they can just describe the pictures to the puppy. Assistant manager of the branch, Meg Beer, said its good for the dogs and the readers.

"When children are petting a dog, or any animal, it lowers their stress and anxiety," she said. 'It lowers their blood pressure, and it does the same for the dog. So, it's actually a mutually beneficial program."

The library also holds regular crafting events called 'Makers Mayhem,' where people of all ages are invited to make seasonal art with many different mediums from wood to buttons to paper.

Their website has a calendar for every events at all 26 branch locations.

2. Tucson Children's MuseumThe Children's Museum in Tucson and in Oro Valley is open an extra day to accomodate Spring Break traffic. Instead of closing on Monday, the museum is open all week from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Tickets are $12 per person but are free for children under a year old. Tickets are also free for you and one guest if you have a Pima County Library Culture Pass which can be checked out at your local library branch.

3. Club Rancho Sahuarita Spring Break CampSorry, parents and teenagers, but this one is limited for children who are six to 12-years-old. Club Rancho Sahuarita's spring break camp is a day camp from 10 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday.

The free camp consists of fitness classes, arts and crafts and educational and outdoor programming.

4. Tucson Roadrunners Kids Free NightThe Tucson Roadrunners take the ice to battle the Henderson Silver Knights Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m., and kids under 12-years-old can get in for free.

The game also doubles as 'Monopoly Night,' so with the purchase of two tickets, you could also get a Tucson Edition Monopoly board and have another spring break-friendly activity.

Children cannot be unaccompanied though, so an adult must buy a ticket too.

——Alex Dowd is a multimedia journalist at KGUN 9, where her work combines her two favorite hobbies: talking to new people and learning about the community around her. Her goal is to eventually meet every single person in Tucson. Share your story ideas with Alex via email, alex.dowd@kgun9.com, or connecting on Instagram or X.

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GREEN VALLEY, Ariz. (BP) – Why would a senior adult church with no children’s ministry hold vacation Bible school at the church? And how could they possibly do it successfully and even bless other churches year after year?

For Green Valley Baptist Church, located in a senior adult community 30 minutes south of Tucson and next door to Sahuarita, a newer community filled with young families, VBS is the event of the summer.

Green Valley Pastor John Guillott lists three reasons why the church invests time, people and resources in this effort.

“First, we have the facilities that can handle a Vacation Bible School,” he said. Guillott, who also serves as the associational mission strategist for Catalina Baptist Association, noted that some churches don’t have the facilities or workers to be able to hold VBS.

“Second, we have the financial resources,” he said. Green Valley allocates about $8,000 in the church budget for VBS.

“Third, we have the volunteers,” Guillott said. “We tell our senior adults, ‘This is your mission trip for the summer. You don’t have to leave home, and you can make a difference in the lives of boys and girls and families and be on mission.”

The numbers help tell the story of VBS at Green Valley. This past June, 155 children ages 4 through sixth grade attended VBS.

Sixty adults – mostly Green Valley members – served as VBS workers. That number also includes children’s parents who either volunteered or were recruited to help when they stated a desire to stay at the church with their children, said Barb Tingle, Green Valley’s VBS director since 2016. Plus, Green Valley members are encouraged to see VBS as a missions opportunity and invite friends outside of church to help as well.

In addition, about 25-30 junior high and high school students served as helpers. The teens either attended VBS at Green Valley as children but “aged-out” and still wanted to come, or a parent signed them up while registering younger siblings, Tingle said. A few teens are recruited from other churches for specific roles, such as helping with music, she added.

Green Valley has held VBS for a number of years, but they “kicked it up a notch” about 10 years ago, Guillott said.

Now, it’s a community event.

“Parents start calling the church in March and April for the VBS dates so they can plan vacations around it,” Guillott said.

Seven children made professions of faith in Christ at VBS this summer. If they wish, the families of those who make decisions for Christ are referred to Common Ground Church in Sahuarita, the closest Southern Baptist church with children’s programming.

Green Valley is like the grandparent church, Tingle said.

“The grandchildren visit a couple of times a year, we love them and send them home,” she explained. “Home,” in this case, is Common Ground, a church that Green Valley helped start.

But the connections with other Arizona Southern Baptist churches don’t stop there.

The Green Valley VBS team has made an art of passing along their curricula and decor. Tingle credits the team’s heart for paying it forward to a desire for seeing VBS touch as many lives as possible.

“I would love it if more Southern Baptist churches would build relationships among themselves and help each other with VBS, back and forth,” she said.

“Our congregation is mainly made up of retirees,” Tingle said. “We generally stay in place, pay – using our resources for the Lord – and pray like warriors.” However, she acknowledges what a gift her church members give when they pass along their VBS accoutrements and vast files of digital ideas to as many as five churches, one after the other, as they did this summer.

Green Valley tries to schedule itself as the first church to hold VBS so supplies can be passed along easily. It takes a bit of scheduling and coordinating, but Green Valley manages to help several congregations with this ministry opportunity every summer.

In his dual roles as associational mission strategist and pastor, Guillott connects the Green Valley church with other churches and leaders.

This summer, Green Valley shared its VBS resources with Tucson’s Enchanted Hills Baptist Church, United Christian Fellowship (formerly Rincon Baptist), Sandario Baptist Church, East Tucson Baptist Church and with First Southern Baptist Church, Willcox.

Tingle’s passion for cooperative leadership among VBS directors extends beyond giving away decorations.

“I copy my whole VBS Google Drive folder with all the digital resources for forms and flyers – any idea to help the next churches,” she said. “If I created something that could be used for crafts or inspiration, I email it to any leader who is willing to give me their email address.”

Lucy Oliver, a freelance writer living in Tucson, is a member of North Swan Baptist Church, Tucson.

Elizabeth Young is director of communications for the Arizona Mission Network of Southern Baptists.

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