Xbox Theft Means PrisonA federal judge Wednesday sentenced a 36-year-old former Microsoft employee to nearly two years in prison and ordered him to pay more than $4 million in restitution for his role in a scheme to steal software from the company. Prosecutors said that between October 1998 and August 2000, Wilson I. Delancy of Maple Valley conspired with Kori R. Brown, the administrative assistant for Microsofts X-Box video-game-console program, to steal the software. Brown placed 17 orders for high-end business software from Microsofts warehouse in Columbus, Ohio. Brown indicated the software was for business use or for donation to charitable organizations. In reality, prosecutors said, Brown gave the software to Delancy, who knew it was stolen and sold it to the owner of a software store.