State Police: 2 Teens Accused Of Gaining Access To Local School’s Database

BLAIRSVILLE (KDKA) — State police in Indiana County say two teenagers are facing charges, accused of gaining access to Blairsville High School’s network database.

According to investigators, the personal information of students and employees contained within the database was copied during the alleged incident.

State police report that it happened between May and October of 2011.

State police say charges will be filed against the two teenagers, ages 16 and 17, through the juvenile court division.

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  1. Mars Parent says:

    And schools wonder why parents don’t want their kids to be fingerprinted just so they can buy lunch…. MARS school district…take heed!

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