The identity theft case announced last month by ChoicePoint isn't the first one for the data warehousing company. The Los Angeles Times reports that a Nigerian man and woman were arrested three years ago on charges they used the company to tap into the personal information of seven-thousand people. Court records say the brother and sister used the identities to buy at least a million dollars worth of merchandise. Both later pleaded guilty. Last month, another Nigerian man pleaded no contest to charges he created a bogus business account with ChoicePoint and obtained information from at least 145-thousand records. No comment yet from ChoicePoint. Authorities say it's unclear if the cases are connected.