El Paso County Crime

Additional arrest made in ID theft lab investigation

EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. - One of the suspects connected with the identity theft lab found in Colorado Springs has accepted a plea deal, and an additional arrest has been made in the case. 

Kali Watson, 26, took a plea deal on May 9 and was sentenced to six years in the Department of Corrections with three years mandatory parole. She was charged with 16 felonies including drug related offenses, ID Theft, Criminal Trespass, Criminal Possession, Forgery, Misdemeanor Child Abuse and Misdemeanor Theft. 

Watson along with James McHenry, 35, were arrested at the end of 2016 after the identity theft lab was found at a home in the 300 block of N Murray Boulevard in September of 2016. 

READ MORE: ID theft lab discovered at COS home, 100 possible victims

McHenry has been charged with 21 Felonies including ID Theft, Forgery and Criminal Possession ID Documents (multiple victims). Mr. McHenry remains in DOC on an unrelated case and is awaiting trial on this case.

Heather Deview (34) has also been arrested in connection with this investigation. He is charged with 23 Felonies including ID Theft, Burglary, Drug related offenses, Possession of a Financial Transaction Device, Cruelty to Animals (M) and a Petty Drug Offense. Ms. Deview is also awaiting trial.

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