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Teenager charged after allegedly changing yearbook to include Hitler quote and Boston Marathon bomber reference

July 22, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A Connecticut teenager has been charged with two counts of third-degree computer crimes after he allegedly changed two yearbook entries to include a quote from Adolf Hitler and a reference to the Boston Marathon bomber, according to an arrest log from the Glastonbury Police Department.

(CNN)A Connecticut teenager has been charged with two counts of third-degree computer crimes after he allegedly changed two yearbook entries to include a quote from Adolf Hitler and a reference to the Boston Marathon bomber, according to an arrest log from the Glastonbury Police Department.

Last October, the 18-year-old Glastonbury High School student allegedly gained access to the school database students use to submit their yearbook quotes, according to the log.

One senior yearbook quote was changed to a quote by Adolf Hitler, which was incorrectly attributed to George Floyd, according to the log and an email sent by the school district to the community.

CNN has reached out to Glastonbury High School and its parents' association for comment.

In an email addressed to "students, parents, guardian and staff" and dated May 26, Schools Superintendent Alan Bookman and Glastonbury High School principal Nancy Bean said the school had suspended yearbook distribution and recalled any books that had been issued.

The school also conducted an internal review that was then referred to the Glastonbury Police Department for a criminal investigation, the email said.

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