"A trio of juniors from the upper-crust community of Palos Verdes Estates was arrested this week.
Smart little buggers allegedly broke into Palos Verdes High School, which they attend, and changed grades for classmates -- and not for free, police tell the Weekly. No, this was strictly a market-driven endeavor, it seems:
$300 bucks for a bump up from B to an A, one student told cops.
They allegedly charged $50 to improve a test score, cops said. Apparently teachers noticed none of this until the matter was brought to the school's administration recently by a whistle-blower." (More)