29-year-old posed as teen to enroll in highschool
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — A 29-year-old lady used false paperwork to enroll as a New Jersey highschool scholar and attended some lessons over a four-day interval earlier than her scheme was found final week, authorities stated.
It isn’t but identified what the lady’s intentions have been, officers stated. She reportedly bought the cellphone numbers of scholars who helped her discover her approach by New Brunswick Excessive College and continued to textual content a few of them days after her ruse was found.
The girl has been barred from getting into faculty grounds within the district, and officers suggested college students to not have any contact along with her.
The girl offered district officers with a false start certificates, officers stated.
Colleges within the state are required to right away enroll unaccompanied youngsters, even within the absence of data usually required for that function. Proof of guardianship can also be not wanted to right away enroll an unaccompanied youth. As soon as enrolled, college students have 30 days to supply further proof of identification.
The girl was charged Tuesday with offering a false doc. It wasn’t clear what sentence she would possibly face if convicted.
New Brunswick faculty officers say they’ll overview the district’s enrollment course of to keep away from comparable incidents sooner or later. The district has almost 10,000 college students.