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From the crime doesn’t pay department

September 16, 2011

A father and son duo have received five year suspended sentences for stealing computers from the Cumberland Schools.

Robert Legacy and Kevin Legacy pled guilty and agreed to pay $10,000 in restitution to buyers who unknowingly purchased the stolen computers. The equipment will be returned to Cumberland school officials.

According to the Attorney General’s office, the State was prepared to prove that over the course of several months in 2009, Robert Legacy stole 30 brand new computers from the Cumberland School District, where he worked as director of information technology.

Legacy allegedly handed the computers over to his son, Robert, who was then an IT employee at Cumberland High School. Both men are accused of subsequently selling the stolen computers to several individuals, including many who worked at Cumberland High School.

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