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A federal court sentenced a former Navy IT manager to more than five years in prison this month after he falsely claimed that he needed to conduct background checks for the Navy as part of an identity theft scam and made money off the con.

Former Navy chief Marquis A. Hooper, 32, created an online account in August 2018 with an unidentified company that runs a database containing personally identifiable information for millions of people, according to federal officials.

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