A 25-year-old former student at Lindenwood University has received a 90-day jail term in connection with alleged Internet crimes. The man, from St. Charles, Missouri, must also pay financial restitution to the university for publishing confidential student data, according to news reports, as well as a fine to the St. Charles County unit that investigated the crime.
In addition to those penalties, the man will not be able to return to the campus, and he must pen a letter of apology to the Lindenwood student body. That admission will be published in school media sources, including the student newspaper. He is also subject to a 2-year probation term.