Waterford man says fake student scheme was to show 'flaws in the system'

A 52-year old man pretended to be a high school student so he could (he claims) expose some flaws in school security. His plan was to write a book. Well, hopefully in the first chapter he includes that part about getting arrested within hours of the first day, facing charges of forgery and criminal trespassing, and being held on $100,000 bond. It turns out the system is completely effective when creepy 50-year old men try to pass as high school seniors. Wow...potential sex offenders will do anything to get near kids!

Related Articles from DetentionSlip (by tag)

ClickHeat : track clicks