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08 January 2018
DriveTime announced an executive succession process.DriveTime and Ray Fidel, its CEO, entered into definitive agreements in November for Fidel's transition out of his role in December. The transition process is completed. The company is currently searching for a CEO for its retail operations.State Charges Employees with Tire TheftSeven men were arrested on a total of 21 felony charges for their roles in a tire theft ring that involved the Nevada Department of Transportation.According to the complaint, during his employment at the Department of Transportation, Anthony Canada used a State of Nevada credit card to make unlawful purchases of new tires. Canada would then, along with fellow NDOT employees Steve Pappas, David Dinicola and Dale Wageman submit false work orders or labor hours to justify the purchases. The complaint further alleges that Benito DeSantiago, Virgilio Quezada and Richard Matters illegally took possession of these fraudulently obtained tires.Quezada was the only non-NDOT employee.The alleged frauds were committed between December 2014 and April 2015.