On 07/27/2017, Newtown Township Police responded to the Bucks County Community College within Newtown Township, for the report of computer crimes that had occurred. Specifically, the school staff learned that someone had gained unauthorized access to the school's computer network, using a faculty member’s credentials, where they then made changes to the grades of several students.
The initial investigation revealed that 30yo Alesisha Morosco of New Hope used the personal information of the faculty member to access the school's computer network and make the changes to the student’s grades, including her own.
Further investigation revealed that 37yo Kelly Marryott of Yardley accessed the personal information of the faculty member through course of her employment at a medical office, then disseminated that faculty member's personal information to Morosco, which Morosco used to access the school's computer network to make the grade changes.
As a result, Aleisha Morosco & Kelly Marryott have both surrendered themselves for arrest and have been charged with Unlawful Use of Computer/Criminal Conspiracy, Computer Trespass/Criminal Conspiracy, & Identity Theft/Criminal Conspiracy. Both were arraigned by MDJ Michael Petrucci and were released on $40,000 unsecured bail.