Arrests made in identity theft ring

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Four suspects remain at large

By Ramsey Scott

Several people have been arrested in connection with an alleged identity theft ring in Jeffco and Denver, and four suspects remain at large.
District Attorney Peter Weir announced Wednesday that a Jeffco grand jury had issued a 156-count indictment against 11 people alleged to be members of the ID theft ring.  
The ring is accused of stealing almost $26,000 from residents and businesses between April 2012 and last January.

Selina Davison, 44, is suspected of being one of the ringleaders of the group; she remains at large. Two others suspected of being leaders, David Williams, 37, and Nathan Lees, 33, have been arrested and face charges under Colorado's Organized Crime Control Act.
The group, made up of eight men and five women, allegedly broke into cars, mailboxes and businesses to obtain personal information. The ring would then use that information to obtain false identification and checks.
The members of the ring, according to court documents, used the money to pay for daily needs and for methamphetamine use.
The indictment named 65 victims, including residents and businesses such as Walmart, King Soopers, Walgreens, 7-Eleven, Chase Bank, First National Bank, Bank of the West and Hobby Lobby.
Along with Davison, Sarah Williams, 31, Brittney Marson, 27, and Thomas Eakin, 33, are being sought for arrest.