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Deal with Prosecutors Gets Four Homes Forfeited

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Andrew Adams ReportingFour homes that police say were used for drugs and other illegal purposes are being forfeited. It's part of a deal with prosecutors.

Medarda Cervantes pleaded guilty to ID theft-related charges after police found out she was using a dozen names and six different ID cards.

The homes that are being forfeited are in Provo, Orem, Lindon and Pleasant Grove. Investigators say they were used to house and distribute drugs and provide a haven for illegal immigrants. A raid on one of the homes netted close to 150 pounds of marijuana.

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