COLORADO SPRINGS - Three people are now serving prison time after authorities busted an identity theft laboratory in Colorado Springs at the end of last year.
The Colorado Springs Police Department believes at least 100 people were impacted by the scheme.
Kali Watson, 26, was sentenced to 6 years.
James McHenry, 35, will serve 10 years for this particular investigation. He was already behind bars serving four years in another unrelated ID theft case.
Heather Deview, 34, was sentenced to 10 years for involvement in this investigation as well as charges including attempt to influence a public servant and general theft.
In December in 2016, the Colorado Springs Police Department discovered the lab in the 300 block of N. Murray Boulevard.