Thursday, March 24, 2011

Former O.C. High School Student Convicted Of Breaking Into Campus, Changing Of Records For College

By Robert J. Lopez|Los Angeles Times|March 21, 2011|6:12 p.m.

A former Orange County high school student was convicted Monday of breaking into his school to steal Advanced Placement tests and alter his official college-transcript grades. 

Omar Shahid Khan, 21, who lives in Coto de Caza, was charged with entering classrooms and administrative offices at Tesoro High School on several occasions late at night and on weekends between January and May 2008, the Orange County district attorney's office said.
Khan stole AP course tests and used the password and user name of his physics instructor to sign on to a school computer to change his transcript grades, prosecutors said. He had obtained the password and user name after installing spyware on several school computers.
Khan was also charged with changing transcript grades of other students.
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