Man pleads guilty to phishing scheme that victimized Connecticut school employees

A 36-year-old Nigerian citizen pleaded guilty Thursday before a federal judge to a conspiracy charge stemming from a scheme to obtain the personal identifying information of school employees, including some at Sacred Heart Academy in Hamden.

Olukayode Ibrahim Lawal, last living in Smyrna, Georgia, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer in New Haven, according to a release from John H. Durham, U.S. attorney for Connecticut.

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