Two University of New Hampshire students have been accused of using stolen credit cards to pay for tuition.
Foster's.com reports one student, 20-year-old Chunyang Li, allegedly sought to pay the university over $56,000 for services using credit cards from nine people. Each was charged the same amount, a little over $6,200. Police said the credit card owners were from Texas, California, Virginia, Florida, New Jersey, Wisconsin, and Australia.
The other student, 20-year-old Chenghan Wang, was charged with one felony and one misdemeanor of a fraud attempt. Wang allegedly used a credit card to charge over $6,300 to pay UNH from a person who lived in Maryland. Wang also allegedly sought to use the same card to charge a smaller amount.
Both men pleaded not guilty and have been released on $5,000 bond.