FAMU Student sentenced to 22 months

Thomas F. Kirwin, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida, announced the sentence of Christopher Jacquette to 22 months’ imprisonment for aggravated identity theft, unauthorized access of a protected computer, and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

On Dec. 2, 2008, Jacquette entered a guilty plea to the indictment alleging that he had conspired with fellow Florida A&M University students, Lawrence Secrease and Marcus Barrington, to hack into the FAMU system to change grades and residency status.

More information will be available in tomorrow’s paper.