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Group involved in El Paso auto theft ring sentenced

Group involved in El Paso auto theft ring sentenced.

Four people charged in connection with an auto theft ring last year were sentenced after pleading guilty to some of the charges.

Five people were arrested last September for their involvement in auto thefts that happened between June 2016 and July 2017 from a local dealership.

Mark Mitchell, 45, Amy Chavira, 22, Nicole Davidson, 28, and Robert Lee Reynolds III, 25, Robert Lee Reynolds II, 46, are accused of working together to take a 2012 Chevy Camaro, a 2014 Nissan Armada, a 2015 Ford F-150, a 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat and a 2017 Acura NSX from the dealership on 7230 Viscount Blvd.

KFOX14 obtained court records of the group's plea deals.

Last month, Mitchell pleaded guilty to theft of property of more than $300,000. His charge of engaging in organized criminal activity was dropped. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Chavira also pleaded guilty to theft of more than $300,000 and was sentenced to 10 years of probation. The charge for engaging in organized criminal activity was dropped.

Davidson pleaded guilty to theft of property of more than $300,000 and was sentenced to two years in prison. Her engaging in organized criminal activity charge was dropped.

Reynolds was sentenced to 10 years’ probation after pleading guilty to theft of more than $300,000 and his charge for engaging in organized criminal activity was also dropped.

The Acura NSX obtained by using fraudulent documents was taken to a drag race at the El Paso Motorplex in Clint before the arrests. It’s a car worth an estimated $207,500.

KFOX14/CBS4 obtained exclusive video of that race.

Police said the theft operation crossed the state line into New Mexico.

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