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Report: Ex-fiance of Pinellas schools employee hacked into woman's district e-mail

ST. PETERSBURG — The ex-fiance of a Pinellas schools employee went into the woman's district e-mail and sent "vulgar and defamatory" messages to her colleagues, a report says.

St. Petersburg Police arrested David Robert Wolf on Friday on charges related to computer fraud and stalking.

According to a criminal arrest affidavit, Wolf, 34, obtained employee e-mail addresses without authorization and admitted to "sending three emails to multiple employees of the Pinellas County School system."

He sent one of the e-mails through his own account and two through Krissandra Wasel-Newby's district e-mail, the report says. Minutes from an Aug. 11 school board meeting list Wasel-Newby as a secondary language arts and reading teacher. Wolf, of 5110 30th Ave N, St. Petersburg, is unemployed, the affidavit says.

He remained in the Pinellas County Jail on Sunday. Bail has been set at $10,000.

Report: Ex-fiance of Pinellas schools employee hacked into woman's district e-mail 04/25/10 [Last modified: Sunday, April 25, 2010 12:34pm]
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