A former tutor accused of hacking into a Southern California high school’s network and changing students’ grades is facing new felony charges, according to local media reports.
Timothy Lance Lai, 29, is being charged with 16 felony counts of computer access and fraud, the Orange County Register reported on Friday. Lai was previously charged with second-degree commercial burglary and four other computer access and fraud felony counts.
Lai could now face a maximum of 16 years and four months in jail, according to the Register. He has pleaded not guilty.
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