Hacker sentenced to nearly four years

Thursday, 24 March 2005, 12:14 PM EST

A man who pleaded guilty to hacking into an Arkansas data company's computer system and stealing personal identification files was sentenced Wednesday to nearly four years in federal prison.

Daniel J. Baas, 26, of suburban Milford, entered his plea in December 2003, after being indicted that August.

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