Two high school seniors in New Jersey, including one running for a school board seat, have been arrested on charges they stole a teacher's computer password and used it to change students' grades.

Eighteen-year-olds David A. Scarth and Ryan J. Hakim were arrested April 1 at Hopatcong High School and charged with computer theft.

Scarth was a candidate in Hopatcong's April 20 school board election.

Police said school officials became suspicious when they discovered someone had logged on to the computer of a teacher who...

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