Front Range Identity Theft Ring Busted

A grand jury indicted 11 people on Wednesday, accused in an elaborate identity theft ring.

Prosecutors say the suspects stole mail from victims’ homes along the front range, gathering any personal information they could find.

They allegedly used that information to make counterfeit checks, then traded the blank checks for drugs.

Prosecutors say more than $100,000 was stolen from nearly 400 people and businesses.


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