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Tesoro student pleads guilty to computer hacking, gets probation




Tesoro student pleads guilty to computer hacking, gets probation
Tesoro student pleads guilty to computer hacking, gets probation



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http://www.ocregister.com/articles/felony-khan-school-2153228-singh-counts 

By SCOTT MARTINDALE
The Orange County Register
September 10, 2008

One of the two Tesoro High School seniors accused of burglarizing their 
school in May and hacking into a teacher's computer has been sentenced 
to three years' probation and 200 hours of community service.

Tanvir Singh, 18, of Ladera Ranch pleaded guilty in court to one felony 
count and one misdemeanor count under a plea deal negotiated Tuesday. In 
exchange, prosecutors dropped the three other felony counts against him 
and could call on him to testify against his alleged co-conspirator, 
Omar Khan, who faces 69 felony counts and is believed to be the 
mastermind of the plot.

Singh also will have to pay court fees and all restitution, including 
possible damages to the school, said Susan Schroeder of the Orange 
County District Attorney's Office.

With good behavior, Singh will have the opportunity to have his felony 
count reduced to a misdemeanor after one year. And after successful 
completion of probation, the misdemeanor count also could be expunged 
from his record =E2=80=93 a standard procedure, prosecutors said.

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