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Suspects sentenced in ID theft ring

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Colorado Springs police are updating a case of identity theft that stole that affected more than 100 victims.

Today, 34-year-old Heather Deview was sentenced to 10 years in prison for her involvement in that case, as well as four other cases involving identity theft, attempt to influence a public servant and theft.

In addition, 26-year-old Kali Watson and 35-year-old James McHenry were arrested and have been sentenced. Watson will serve 6 years, McHenry was already serving a 4 year prison term and had 10 more added to his sentence on the charges related to this case.

The financial crimes unit discovered the identity left laboratory in December 2016 in the 300 block of N. Murray Blvd. 

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