A third person was sentenced Thursday in an identity theft ploy that victimized over 100 people in 2016.
Heather Deview, 34, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for three counts of identity theft, one count of attempt to influence a public servant and one count of theft.
Kali Watson, 26, and James McHenry were arrested in December 2016 for an identity theft laboratory found in the 300 block of North Murray Boulevard. Deview was identified as an additional suspect in the laboratory.
Watson was sentenced to six years in prison, and McHenry, who was already serving a four-year sentence on an unrelated identity theft case, was given another 10 years.