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Maui woman, 42, sentenced for aggravated identity theft, mail theft

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Senior U.S. District Judge Helen Gillmor has sentenced a 42-year-old Maui woman with 230 prior arrests and 36 previous convictions to six years in jail for aggravated identity theft and mail theft.

Prosecutors provided evidence that Davelyn Mahi stole hundreds of mail items and recovered credit cards and other property over a six-month period, then used the stolen information to purchase thousands of dollars worth of goods.

Mahi was also sentenced to one year of community confinement following her release and was ordered to pay $8,551.03 in restitution.

Mahi’s criminal history was cited as a substantial factor in Mahi receiving greater than the maximum sentence advised by U.S. sentencing guidelines.

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