Some students would prefer if their parents never saw their report card. One California resident, on the other hand, wished to get his hands on as many report cards from a Sacramento school district as possible.
According to a report from KCRA 3, Rusan Kirilyuk, who was sentenced to twenty-seven years in prison, constructed a complex credit card conspiracy. The operation, which occurred between 2011 and 2014, included: collecting personal information from over two hundred San Juan Unified School District students, creating mock companies under the stolen names, and using the invented companies to charge stolen credit cards; finally, the money was transferred to an account of a name whose identity had been stolen.
The whole story brings a new meaning to getting paid for grades.
Read the original story from KCRA 3: https://www.kcra.com/article/man-gets-27-years-for-sacramento-school-district-credit-card-scheme/30162220.