A pair of high school students are charged in a cyberstalking case after authorities say they created a fake facebook page to make it look like it was from their principal
Pamlico County High School officials say the page contained derogatory comments toward students.
Sheriff's officials say 18 year-old Matthew Nanny and 17 year-old Tony Bloomberg created the fictitious page. Both students are charged with one count of cyberstalking which is a misdemeanor.
School superintendent Doctor James Coon said legalities barred him from saying too much about the case, but did speak to us about what happened and says the principal was devastated over the creation of the fake page.
Both students have been released on a written promise to appear in court on April 16th.
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