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Former civilian Navy employee pleads guilty to taking bribes from defense contractors

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A former San Diego-based Navy civilian employee who prosecutors say took bribes in the form of free meals from defense contractors in exchange for helping them secure lucrative government contracts pleaded guilty to federal bribery charges Thursday.

Dawnell Parker, 54, of Athens, Alabama, who worked at the Naval Information Warfare Center in San Diego received "thousands of dollars in free meals" from restaurants like Ruth's Chris, De Medici Cucina and the University Club, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

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