Woman charged for hacking

Saturday, 15 June 2002, 3:44 PM EST

According to a statement issued by Reilly's office, Wendy Sholds, 38, faces two counts of unauthorized access to a computer system. She is scheduled to be arraigned July 1 in Salem District Court.

The charges against her stem from an incident at Middleton-based Business Travel International (BTI) in February, Reilly's office said.

At that time, two BTI employees reported that they had received an e-mail that appeared to have been sent by the company's CEO, according to Reilly. The e-mail allegedly contained actual correspondence between the CEO and a company vice president discussing the termination of the two employees, Reilly's office said.

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