Georgia Student Fails To Hack School’s System, Sets Computer Lab On Fire


A 15-year-old Douglas County high school student, who set computers on fire after unsuccessfully trying to hack into the school computer system to change his grade on a test he failed, has been arrested. Reportedly, the student has been charged with five felonies, including burglary and arson, after sheriff’s deputies caught him with a crowbar, lighter fluid and lighters on campus following a 1 AM fire at Alexander High School.

“It’s very sad and tragic. He could have very easily come to one of his counselors and asked for help. From what we can tell, (the student) was mad and frustrated because he could not hack into the system,” said Lt. Glenn Daniel with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.


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