Maui woman sentenced for mail and identity theft

Senior District Judge Helen Gillmor sentenced 42-year-old Maui resident Davelyn Mahi Thursday to six years imprisonment of 72 months for aggravated identity theft and theft of mail.

The Court also sentenced Mahi to a term of one year of community confinement following her release from custody to assist the United States Probation Office in supervising her, and ordered her to pay $8,551.03 in restitution.

Evidence showed that Mahi stole hundreds of mail items and recovered credit cards and other property over at least a six-month period, which she then used to fraudulently purchase thousands of dollars worth of goods.

Mahi’s 230 prior arrests and 36 prior convictions were substantial factors supporting the Court’s decision to impose a sentence of imprisonment above the maximum sentence advised by the United States Sentencing Guidelines.

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