Identity thief sentenced to four years in prison | Crime
A woman who pleaded guilty to three counts of felony identity theft stemming from cases on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Katelin Nading was sentenced on Thursday, but the prison term was stayed as long as Nading completes four years of probation. She is currently serving a two-year prison sentence for identity theft charges in which the victims were from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Marquette University.
Prior to start of her Wisconsin prison sentence, Nading had been serving a one-year prison sentence in Illinois for identity theft where the victims were from the University of Illinois-Chicago.
This investigation began in 2007 and was worked on by many members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department. One of Nading’s co-conspirators who was apprehended in 2008 is currently serving a six-year prison sentence for identity theft where the same above universities were targeted.