(PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL) — PENSACOLA, Fla. – A Florida high-school student accused of rigging her school’s election will be charged as an adult.

Emily Grover and her mother Laura Carroll, assistant principal at Bellview Elementary School, were arrested in March after authorities said the duo used Carroll’s special access to the district’s student data system to cast hundreds of fraudulent votes for Grover in the homecoming queen election at Tate High School.

Grover was arrested when she was 17 years old. She turned 18 on April 16.

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