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St. Paul woman who led ID theft ring gets 4½ years

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ST. PAUL - A former state Department of Labor and Industry worker was sentenced Friday to 4½ years in prison for her role in a broad identity-theft ring.

Roxanne Kay DeFlorin was the last of four defendants sentenced in Ramsey County District Court in the scheme, which included DeFlorin's theft of identities from her job.

Judge Patrick Diamond ordered her to pay restitution of more than $300,000.

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