ANNISTON, Ala. (AP) — Some Gadsden State Community College records containing personal information on some 400 students were found scattered across the driveway of an Anniston business.
Students taking an Art Appreciation class at the Ayers Campus between 2005 and 2006 had their names, grades and Social Security numbers scattered across the driveway.
Business owner Mike Sparks told Birmingham television station WBRC on Saturday that he saw the records blowing across the yard of his business as he mowed grass.
Gadsden State officials said they are looking into the incident and thanked Sparks for reporting the scattered records.
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