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GRAND JURY HANDS DOWN 97-COUNT INDICTMENT A lengthy, complex investigation by the Aurora Police Department has resulted in one of the largest identity theft indictments in the Denver area. A Denver Grand Jury has returned a 97-count indictment charging 16 people with a variety of crimes including racketeering, computer crime, theft, burglary, forgery and aggravated motor vehicle theft. The indictment was returned on April 21, 2005 and was unsealed late yesterday. The indictment alleges that a core group of five people with the help of 11 other co-defendants conspired to steal money, merchandise, check books, credit cards, cars, guns, and other items for the ultimate purpose of obtaining and using methamphetamine. Kasey Blake Gruver (07-27-74), Jennifer Wilson (04-18-81), Mark Hazlett (06-26-65), Daniel Campbell (12-16-77), and Guadalupe “Jay” Garcia (03-04-79) are each charged with violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act (racketeering) along with dozens of other felony charges.

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