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Man ordered to prison for impersonating CIA agent

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A federal judge has sentenced a Houston-area man to two years in prison for impersonating a Cia agent.

   Paul Alan White, who also was known as Jonathan Alan Davenport, was sentenced Friday in federal court in Houston. He pleaded guilty on April 5 to two counts of pretending to be a federal agent.

   The 57-year-old resident of The Woodlands could have received up to three years in prison for each count.

   Court documents state White pretended to be a CIA agent to get personal information from a friend of a female co-worker at a Houston civil engineering firm. Also, the co-worker told authorities White tried to recruit her to what she thought was the FBI, having her fill out a security form.

   White had a history of impersonating officials.

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