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University of Tennessee student accused of stealing $100k in items (Photo) @ 10:20 pm On May 10, 2016
by Mvpkunle - (Lientenant)



A University of Tennessee freshman has been charged with eight counts of felony theft after police discovered more than 100 laptops, cameras, laboratory devices and other stolen items — valued at more than $100,000 — in his dorm room, officials said.

Yibo "David" Hwang, 20, of Hermitage, Tenn. was arrested Friday after another student reported seeing someone who fit the description of a person who may have stolen items from the Science Engineering and Research Building the week before, according to a UT news release Tuesday.

A search of Hwang's room turned up the items, which were linked to 10 open theft reports made on campus in recent months.


As a freshman in school, i think it's a terrible start. What do you think?

Re: University of Tennessee student accused of stealing $100k in items (Photo) @ 12:29 am On May 11, 2016
by DanceVille - (Recruit)

So terrible!

Re: University of Tennessee student accused of stealing $100k in items (Photo) @ 9:55 am On May 11, 2016
by Olulinks - (Lientenant)

What! As a fresh starter, I think it's really worrisome!

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