On May 6, 2016 the Oakley Union Elementary School District contacted the Oakley Police Department regarding someone accessing their computer system and deleting all the grades for the 1st and 2nd trimester at Laurel Elementary School.
The Oakley Unified School District estimated their damages to be in excess of $49,000.
Oakley Detectives authored a search warrant and located a suspect who was identified as a former employee of the district, Jeanine Davis, who resides in Brentwood.
The case has been ongoing since it was reported and other search warrants have been authored and executed. The case was presented to the Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office and then referred to the California Attorney General’s Office. On June 9th, 2017 an arrest warrant was issued for Davis for three felony charges of Unauthorized Access to Computers, Computer Systems, and Computer Data.
Davis turned herself into the Concord Police Department and she was released after posting bail.