Father, son charged in Cumberland com...

Father, son charged in Cumberland computer thefts

There are 2 comments on the Providence Journal story from Apr 22, 2009, titled Father, son charged in Cumberland computer thefts. In it, Providence Journal reports that:

Robert Legacy, Cumberland High School's director of information technology -- arrested with his son for the theft of 18 computers from the school -- "breached a trust," the town's school superintendent said Wednesday.

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Cranston, RI

#1 Apr 25, 2009
this is sad with school budgets being cut nice 2 steal from the kids! what is wrong with people? and with the economy so bad why are people risking their jobs? there are plenty of people that would give anything to just be able to support their families! this whole state is sad! and it is going 2 get worse before it gets better unfortunatly!
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Cumberland, RI

#2 Jun 25, 2009
Where is the list of those who bought them? The chief says he will release it... I hear it is a who's who amongst the school department including some of our teachers...

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