August 21, 2007
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (AP) - A man accused of shutting down Internet access
for customers of the Solarus computer system in Marshfield during April
is being held on a $2,000 cash bond
Eighteen-year-old Shaun Lancaster has also been ordered not to use a
He was arrested during the weekend after failing to make his initial
appearance last week.
Lancaster was apprehended in Green Lake County, where court records show
he faces a charge of sexual assault of a minor under 13.
He said in court before Wood County Circuit Judge James Mason that he's
currently free on a signature bond on that sexual assault charge.
The Wood County criminal complaint filed against him said he had been
able to hack into the Solarus computer system router because a default
password had not been reset.
Information from: WSAW-TV, http://www.wsaw.com
Copyright 2007 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
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