The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has released the name of the former employee who accessed driving or motor vehicle records of around 5,000 Minnesotans without authorization. John A. Hunt was the Enforcement Division’s administrative manager and had access to the records for law enforcement purposes only. He was fired on January 11th. The DNR said Friday that Hunt viewed the data of about 5,000 people while off-duty and without any job-related purpose, including more than 200 DNR employees and some of their families. An investigation also found that about 90% of people whose records were viewed were female. Records of pro athletes, TV personalities and politicians were among those viewed as well.