Former CSU student arrested on computer hacking charges
A Hamilton City man and former Chico State student arrested on St. Patrick’s Day for charges of vandalism, computer hacking, attempted extortion and burglary pleaded not guilty April 2.
Daniel Deluna-Martinez (pictured), 27, is accused by the District Attorney’s Office of a nearly two-year string of crimes that affected his college roommates and their friends and families, according to a press release.
Upon his arrest, his computers were seized and reportedly contained “selfie” videos of Deluna-Martinez urinating on the bedding and underwear of his former female roommates, having sex with an unconscious woman, hacking into a student’s computer account to drop the student’s classes, opening false credit card accounts in the student’s and other people’s names, and hacking into students’ parents’ bank accounts.
More than 10 alleged victims have been identified. Deluna-Martinez is due back in court on April 16.