WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - One of the three men accused of hacking into their Purdue professors' accounts and altering their grades has not yet returned to Indiana.
The Purdue Police Department says 24-year-old Mitsutoshi Shirasaki is still overseas. He was last known to be in Japan, where he traveled before charges were filed against the men.
The Tippecanoe County prosecutor's office says it has been in contact with Shirasaki's attorney, who says he has been in contact with Shirasaki in Japan.
The two other men charged, 24-year-old Sujay Sharma and 24-year-old Roy Sun, have both had their initial hearings.
Sharma's pre-trial is set for Aug. 23, with trial set to for Sept. 10.
As for Sun, his pre-trial is scheduled for Aug. 30 with trial set for Sept. 17.
Sun was in grad school at Boston University.
Purdue police say Boston University is conducting its own investigation to see if any similar crimes were committed there.
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