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As for the dates, they are what they are.  Took some time to catch the felon.

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Not sure if it is the same person.  This individual already graduated college after some impressive internships and projects.  He currently works as an embedded SW engineer at Qualcomm.

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Looks like the same person. He ended up having all charges dropped.  

http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/crime/article158637234.html

 

Under a conditional agreement reached in August, Hanumanthu was placed on 12 months of supervised probation and agreed to pay the school system $5,000 in restitution. He was also required to perform 225 hours of community service, which he was allowed to do outside of North Carolina because he now attends Florida Polytechnic University where he studies cybertechnology. 

Wake County District Court Judge Keith Gregory dismissed the charges Wednesday after attorneys showed that Hanumanthu not only met all the conditions but performed more community service than required – 281 hours. 

Steven Saad, Hanumanthu’s attorney, said his client juggled doing the community service at a nursing home while being a full-time college student with a perfect grade-point average.

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7 hours ago, Eagle1993 said:

Looks like the same person. He ended up having all charges dropped.  

http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/crime/article158637234.html

 

Under a conditional agreement reached in August, Hanumanthu was placed on 12 months of supervised probation and agreed to pay the school system $5,000 in restitution. He was also required to perform 225 hours of community service, which he was allowed to do outside of North Carolina because he now attends Florida Polytechnic University where he studies cybertechnology. 

Wake County District Court Judge Keith Gregory dismissed the charges Wednesday after attorneys showed that Hanumanthu not only met all the conditions but performed more community service than required – 281 hours. 

Steven Saad, Hanumanthu’s attorney, said his client juggled doing the community service at a nursing home while being a full-time college student with a perfect grade-point average.

Wasn't it his high GPA in the computer that got him into this mess in the first place? 

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8 hours ago, awanatech said:

Wasn't it his high GPA in the computer that got him into this mess in the first place? 

At least he didn’t hack into the WOPR. 😀

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17 minutes ago, Eagle1993 said:

At least he didn’t hack into the WOPR. 😀

Nor did he play the Global Thermonuclear War game. I hear it is a MAD game, worse than Tic Tac Toe. 🤣

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I have direct first hand knowledge of an individual who received a letter (a certified letter was sent and a copy was hand delivered to the Scout and one of his parents) terminating the youth's membership in Scouting.  The former Scout struck a teacher with a large, heavy object.  The teacher was aware of the youth's involvement with Scouting and contacted National.  The SE delivered the letter to them at school.   I witnessed the letter being hand delivered.  The letter mentioned no means of appealing the decision and it was effective immediately.  

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18 hours ago, awanatech said:

Wasn't it his high GPA in the computer that got him into this mess in the first place? 

Yes. Move from 67th to 7th in class standing in the blink of an eye.

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