Student Hackers Face Expulsion, Craigslist Thief Collared, Acquitted Cop Wants Job Back

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From Newport Beach-Corona del Mar Patch:

A group of Corona del Mar High School students who were allegedly caught hacking into school computers with the help of a private tutor to change their grades may be expelled, a district official reported in a news release Tuesday.

The expulsions would have to be approved by the district's Board of Education. And along with potential disciplinary action by the school, the students could also face criminal charges for hacking into the school's computers .

Read the whole story on Newport Beach-Corona del Mar Patch.

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