Going on a close to a decade ago, before I was a Phoenix Private Investigator, I was asked by a friend of mine to look at some legal issues he was having.  The subject Jeffrey A. McCoon had purchased thousands of credit card debts and filed liens with the county recorders office in Arizona and California.  The story I took to The Arizona Republic hit the front pages and you can read it here.  Here is a link to some of the California activity: Local Businessman Accused of Fraud

The Orange County District Attorneys office had several dozen charges against him as well and after 5 years dismissed all but one felony.  5 years for the judicial system to wind it’s way through for him to plead out to one out of hundreds of charges?!?!  Outrageous you Say?  He got probation for that charge if my memory serves me.  Sad.  But wait, there’s good news!  Jeff McCoon was on probation in Colorado for bilking businesses out of over $300,000.00.  By taking a felony plea his probation was revoked.  Where is Jeffrey A McCoon now?

Date of Birth: 04/19/1966
Ethnicity: WHITE
Gender: MALE
Hair Color: BROWN
Eye Color: BROWN
Height: 5′ 11″
Weight: 180
DOC Number: 162147
Est. Parole
Eligibility Date:
Next Parole
Hearing Date:
Jan 2018
This offender is scheduled on the Parole Board agenda for the month and year above. Please contact the facility case manager for the exact date.
Est. Mandatory
Release Date:
Est. Sentence
Discharge Date:
Current Facility


Sentence Date Sentence County Case No.
  07/11/2013  10Y-10Y    ARAPAHOE    96CR273

Jeffrey A McCoon


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  1. I knew Jeff and knew him when he did the same thing to me on this scam…however, he ended up signing off on the debt and calling it good..no more lien…I am not sure why he signed off but he did and I was grateful…he called out of the blue and told me it was my lucky day…and it was…my heart goes out to his family..it’s hard for me to hate someone who turned my situation around and made a bad thing good…

  2. Jeff McCoon didn’t do that because he was a nice guy. The Attorney General In Arizona and California made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. I get your feelings though.

  3. Thank you so much for the update on this guy. Cynthia, you need counseling. You didn’t ‘know’ that guy. Although it is generous to say, I could never “get’ anyone’s feelings regarding this criminal unless it was ill will. I hope he dies in prison, and horrible death, because he is a bad person.