Her bond was set Thursday at $25,000. Pacheco doesn't have an attorney yet.
Pacheco allegedly paid teens to sell the fraudulent coupons in the name of the organization Students Against Destructive Decisions.
Police said the coupon offers weren't authorized by the companies displayed.
The scheme unraveled when a teen tried to sell the fraudulent items to SADD's Arizona director.
Police said Pacheco was found in possession of more than 80 coupon books that displayed the SADD trademarked name and logo.
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