Women accused of conspiring to hack into community college computer system to change grades
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Alesisha Morosco and Kelly Marryott

By Keith Schweigert, WPMT

BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. -- (WPMT) -- Two Bucks County women are facing charges after police say they hatched a plot to use the personal information of a faculty member at Bucks County Community College to access the school’s computer and change grades.

According to Newtown Township Police, officials at Bucks County Community College reported the alleged crime on July 27, saying someone had gained unauthorized access to the school’s computer network by using a faculty member's credentials. The suspect then made changes to the grades of several students.

An investigation led police to Alesisha Morosco, 30, of New Hope. Police determined that Morosco used the faculty member’s personal information to access the network and change several grades, including her own.

Further investigation led police to Kelly Marryott, 37, of Yardley, who allegedly retrieved the faculty member’s information through the course of her employment at a medical office. Yardley allegedly gave the information to Morosco, who used it to access the school’s computers.

FULL STORY: Bucks County women accused of conspiring to hack into community college computer system to change grades - WPMT

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