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East Jackson Community Schools closed early over ‘cybercrime’ | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

In this photo illustration, a man types on an illuminated computer keyboard typically favored by computer coders. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

BLACKMAN Twp., Mich. (WLNS) – Students at East Jackson Community Schools got out of class early Tuesday.

The move came after Blackman-Leoni Township police approached the district at about 9 a.m. seeking the early dismissal of classes so the agency could conduct an ongoing investigation into a ‘cybercrime.’

Steve Doer, superintendent of East Jackson Schools, says its unclear what crime is being investigated. However, he tells 6 News he has confirmed this afternoon the district was not the victim of a cyber crime.

The dismissal Tuesday is expected to be a one time incident, he says.

Blackman-Leoni Township Police didn’t immediately respond to an inquiry Tuesday night.


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