Student Accused of Sneaking Into University of Central Florida Building, Changing Grade From F to B - NBC Bay Area
National & International News
The day’s top national and international news

Student Accused of Sneaking Into University of Central Florida Building, Changing Grade From F to B

The student faces a felony charge of accessing a computer without authorization

    processing...

    NEWSLETTERS

    Student Accused of Sneaking Into University of Central Florida Building, Changing Grade From F to B
    Getty Images, File

    A 22-year-old student is accused of sneaking into a building and illegally logging into a Florida university's grading system to change his failing grade to a B.

    Sami Ammar turned himself in at the Orange County Jail in Orlando on Wednesday and now faces a felony charge of accessing a computer without authorization.

    His father declined to talk to the Orlando Sentinel, saying only that the charge is "an allegation."

    University of Central Florida professor Chung Young Chan became suspicious when he got a confirmation from a program he uses to log grades on May 4. He checked the grades and saw Ammar suddenly had a B instead of an F in the Electronics I class.

    Manhunt For Suspects in Spain Terrorism Attacks

    [NATL] Manhunt For Suspects in Spain Terrorism Attacks

    Terrorism attacks in Spain left 14 people dead from two car rammings in Barcelona and Cambrils. A house explosion in Alcanar was also believed to be linked to the car attacks.

    (Published 3 hours ago)

    University police later identified Ammar on surveillance video at the Mathematical Sciences Building.