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Arnie Zaler is out on bond after spending just five hours in jail, but his accusers in an alleged ticket scam want to see him pay.
His arrest followed a Maricopa County grand jury indictment charging him with one count of fraud and five counts of theft.
The five cases involving people who say they are victims of Zaler deal with alleged promises to obtain Phoenix Suns season tickets, which were paid for but never delivered.
In another case, Zaler is accused of defrauding a Phoenix business selling bogus Arizona Cardinals tickets.
These allegations are included in the grand jury indictment handed down June 21 and made public last week.
Zaler's attorney, Rob Friedman from the firm Lorance & Thompson of Phoenix, said the case is still in its preliminary stages. "The next step is research into the allegations and talking with the prosecutor. We don't even have a pre-trial conference scheduled yet. At this point we just got some of what the arguments are." Zaler was in jail for five hours July 6 before bond was posted. Attempts to contact Zaler were unsuccessful.
In an unrelated case, eight investors in Zaler's …