December 10, 2013
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Three Florida A&M University students
face federal charges for hacking the school's computer system.
Marcus Barrington, 23; Cristopher Jacquette, 27, and Lawrence
Secrease, 22, were charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and
unauthorized computer access, identity theft and unauthorized computer access.
A five-count indictment released Tuesday accused them of changing the grades of about 90 students, including raising 114 F's to A's.
They also allegedly changed the residency of out-of-state students to in-state to reduce their tuition.
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