Robert Garrison, KUSA 4:52 p.m. MST March 5, 2015Eight people were indicted Thursday on 81 counts of identity theft and forgery in the Denver metro area.(Photo: KUSA)DENVER – Eight people were indicted Thursday on 81 counts of identity theft and forgery in the Denver metro area.Quinetta Hunter, 32, and Tasha Phillips, 38, face the most charges including violating the Colorado Organized Control Act.Six others – Ernest Daniels, 44; Matrice Ford, 34; Shaqweila Phillips, 25; Tony Phillips, 29; Tashena Reid, 23; and Destinee Sequra, 21 – face multiple felony counts including conspiracy to commit identity theft.Hunter and Phillips, with the help of others, allegedly stole tens of thousands of dollars from grocery stores, credit unions and banks, as well as co-workers, relatives and an at-risk adult.The charges allege that they stole checks from mailboxes, passed counterfeit and forged checks, and in numerous instances committed identity theft. The indictment lists 35 victims of identity theft, losses of $49,000, and attempted theft of an additional $11,000.The indictment is the result of an extensive year-long investigation by the United States Postal Inspection Service in Denver, with assistance from Denver and Aurora police departments.Hunter and Phillips were taken into custody Thursday. Mug shots for Reid and Sequra have not been released.(KUSA-TV © 2015 Multimedia Holdings Corporation)Read or Share this story: https://on9news.tv/1BMrJbt – Click Here To Visit Article Source