GA: Mount Zion student pleads not guilty to computer hacking to avoid homework

Tony Reid reports the update to a story previously noted on this site:

A Mount Zion High School student is pleading not guilty to three charges of tampering with computers after police said he shut down his school district’s computer network while trying to sabotage a homework assignment.

Gage C. Hart, 18, appeared in Macon County Circuit Court on Wednesday and was represented by Chief Public Defender David Ellison.

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