Prolific Repeat Offender Pleads Guilty


January 22 - Nearly one year to the day that Christopher Heh’s year-long crime spree in Albuquerque ended, prosecutors with the State have resolved all of his cases within our office. 
Today, Heh plead no contest to four more felony charges. His sentence for those charges will run concurrent with the 20.5 years + 5 years of probation he is already serving. 
Last week, Heh was sentenced to 20.5 years in the Department of Corrections followed by 5 years of probation. 
Since November 2017, Heh has been found guilty by a jury of his peers for five felony offenses and one misdemeanor offense. 
Heh has now been convicted of 13 felony offenses since 2009 all ranging from Possession of a Controlled Substance, Unlawful Taking of a Motor Vehicle, Residential Burglary, to Aggravated Fleeing of a Law Enforcement Officer, and more. Heh will not be eligible for release until at least January 2027.