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Boy who took upskirt photos of high school students sentenced to 84 days in detention

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CAMAS, Wash. – A teenage boy who took upskirt photos of teenage girls at Union High School and who hacked into social media accounts was sentenced to 84 days in detention and 90 hours of community service Tuesday.

The boy is also under community supervision for 2 years and is prohibited from contacting the victims.

The boy pleaded guilty to first-degree computer trespass, first-degree criminal impersonation, second-degree extortion, dealing in depictions of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct, and two counts of voyeurism.

Investigators say the boy hacked into several social media accounts and used the access to share nude photos.

He was arrested in September after a female student at Union High School told police someone hacked into her social media account to retrieve private, nude photos, which he then distributed to other students.

Police found 16 upskirt videos on the boy’s phone. All the videos were recorded at Union High School.

According to KATU's news partners at the Columbian, police also found out the boy had logged into the social media accounts of at least 11 female students. Court records say he would also try to obtain the log-in information for other social media accounts, while posing as the person whose account he had allegedly hacked.

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