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Former Virginia Beach based Navy Lieutenant to serve more than 4 years for fraud


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HAMPTON ROADS, Va. – Randolph M. Prince, a former U.S. Navy Lieutenant stationed in Virginia Beach, will serve 4-years and two month’s in prison on fraud charges.

According to court documents, Prince will also have to pay $144,359 dollars as part of restitution and will have three years of supervised release once he leaves prison.

Court documents showed that Prince defrauded the United States government – specifically the Defense Logistics Agency and Department of Defense – by submitting subcontracts for work to be done by sub-vendors, who were paid by the U.S. government on false pretenses. https://wtkr.com/2019/01/21/former-virginia-beach-based-navy-lieutenant-to-serve-more-than-4-years-for-fraud/

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