Recidivist Hacker Sentenced for Violating Supervised Release Conditions

Cape Cod Today staff report:

A New Bedford man was sentenced yesterday for violating conditions of his supervised release by engaging in another cybercrime after being released from federal custody after two prior convictions.

Cameron Lacroix, 30, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Senior Judge Mark L. Wolf to 15 months in prison, to be served consecutively to a nine-month sentence previously imposed by U.S. District Court Chief Judge Patti B. Saris.

Read more on Cape Cod Today.

Lacroix, whose usernames reportedly included camo, cam0, camZero, and cmuNNY, had a string of hacks to his credit and convictions list beginning in 2014, including hacking Bristol Community College’s to change grades for himself and other students, hacking into a local police department,  and hacking Twitter accounts for Jeep and Burger King.

Apparently, while on supervised release, he committed more crimes.  Additional coverage can be found here: New Bedford Man Gets More Jail Time After Third Cybercrime

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