In order to fund a high-stakes poker habit and buy luxury vehicles and a second home, a naval officer based in Virginia Beach helped swindle the government out of $2.7 million, according to federal prosecutors.

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A disgraced Navy SEAL was sentenced Thursday to 27 years in federal prison for recording himself molesting a sleeping child.

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Federal prosecutors claimed the now-former president of a North Carolina-based defense contractor bilked the government out of more than $15.4 million. Accordingly, they wanted him locked up for 5 years in prison – the maximum allowed under a plea agreement.

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Navy investigators were able to identify the sailor behind a series of bomb threats earlier this year to various ships and bases across Hampton Roads with the help of Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile, according to court documents.

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A Navy SEAL pleaded guilty on Sept. 20 to charges he recorded himself molesting a sleeping child, but his legal problems may be just starting.

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