IOWA CITY, Iowa — A former college of Iowa wrestler has pleaded guilty to some national computer system fraud fee for manipulating the faculty’s system so he can access its own computers and shift his own and other students’ grades for lessons.
The U.S. attorney’s office states Trevor J. Graves pleaded guilty Monday to transmission of a command to hurt a protected computer system.
At a plea arrangement, Graves admitted that from March 7, 2015, to Nov. 15, 20-16, he manipulated that the university’s computer system and got professors’ usernames and passwords. Grades were shifted by him for himself and five additional college students.
Graves, that will soon be sentenced Aug. 2-3, last engaged on the Iowa wrestling group at the 2015 2016 season.