Court documents show Hamid Salari agreed to cease and desist all operations at Luxor Auto Group in October of 2011. The http://www.packersauthenticofficialshop.com/EDDIE_LACY_SUPER_BOWL_JERSEY.html Arizona Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) said it relied on that agreement but without a follow up, Salari and Luxor remained in operation for another three years.DFI gives banks, lenders and other financial institutions the green light to operate in the Grand Canyon State but in 2013, they received a glaring report from the Auditor General.The audit said the department had a backlog of nearly 200 cases and many complaints were not addressed for over a year.State Representative Martin Quezada is part of the department legislative audit committee. He said the 2013 audit echoed similar concerns from other state departments like Child Protective Services."There were several investigations that were not completed, complaints that were not looked into." Quezada says, "that was the biggest concern."On Thursday, a six month follow up to that audit showed the department was still behind on several auditor recommendations including an updated follow packersauthenticofficialshop.com/JORDY_NELSON_SUPER_BOWL_JERSEY.html up policy.While auditors suggest Luxor could been shut down sooner with an effective follow up policy, a DFI chief told CBS 5 the department does not track business activity without an application process or complaint.No word if a complaint about Luxor Auto Group was ever filed with DFI since 2011.DFI said the backlogs were in part, a result of the recession and state budget cutbacks.Since the original audit, DFI claims it has drastically cut its backlog of investigations and has updated some of its policies however only 13 of the auditor 40 recommendations have been implemented. It happened while the boy was vacationing with his family.