Feb 092011
 
 February 9, 2011  Posted by  Court, Online, Youth & Schools

Prosecutors postponed the Tuesday arraignment for two Estero High students arrested on cyber bullying charges last month.

McKenzie Barker, 15, and Taylor Wynn, 16, face one count each of felony cyberstalking after Lee County Sheriff’s detectives say the pair created a fake Facebook page to torment a classmate. The page, made to appear as if the victim maintained it, included photos of the victim that had been altered to appear sexually explicit.

Both girls have remained in home detention since their January arrest. Neither appeared in court on Tuesday morning.

Read more in the Marco Eagle.

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