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A student has been arrested in connection with a computer hacking investigation in the Hazleton Area School District .
The I-Team first told you about the investigation last November.
Lead I-Team investigator Andy Mehalshick has this follow up you will only see on Eyewitness News.
Investigators tell the I-Team’s Andy Mehalshick that 18 year old Louis Biaz from Hazleton intimidated witnesses in the case.
Biaz was arrested at the Hazleton Career Center Thursday morning.
Detectives say he had been questioned in connection with the hacking case.
.He then allegedly threatened other students who were also under investigation.
This all has to do with information that was hacked from the school district’s cafeteria program.
School officials say a student –who has not yet been identified – gained access to personal information of some 10,000 students as well as teachers.
They insist that there is no evidence that anyone’s identity was stolen.
Biaz had nothing to say as he was taken into custody. Biaz is locked up unable to post $25,000 bail.