An IT executive is confronting rapist charges after branch off a Microsoft Office 365 use of a patron he pronounced due him money.
Jim Kubicek, 48, of Cumming, Georgia in a US, was arrested and charged with burglary by extortion, mechanism theft, and mechanism trespass. He denies any wrongdoing, and told The Register: “I am innocent.”
His detain comes after he dropped a bureau apartment subscription for a Cumming-Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce. The IT pro and a county cover were sealed in a billing dispute, we understand. What’s startling is that this quarrel spilled not into a polite courts, though into a rapist trial.
After providing IT support to a cover for about a year, Kubicek’s business – Kubicek Information Technologies (KIT) – was told a services were no longer required. This is where a stories start to differ, with one side alleging rapist malice and a other insisting this is a agreement feud blown out of proportion.
To hear a story relayed by a cover and a police, Kubicek was mad that he was being dumped, and threatened to undo a chamber’s information if it did not return his contract. When a county cover refused to pay, he pulled a plug. The classification remarkable that no information was mislaid and no personal information on any people was compromised. The cover has given changed to a new IT provider, and a censure was done opposite Kubicek.
Kubicek, meanwhile, told the Forsyth News a cover cancelled a three-year agreement early and refused to compensate him a remaining balance. So, after a while, he simply switched off a Office 365 cloud service, as he would for any other patron that was derelict on a bills. He also hired an profession to offer a cover with a polite direct for $78,000 (£62,400), to be paid within 30 days.
While during a careers satisfactory during Lanier Technical College, a IT executive was pulled aside by officers from a Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, cuffed, and taken to a county jail. He was charged progressing this month, and liberated on bail after posting a $13,555 (£10,800) bond.
“I am trusting of all allegations in this matter,” Kubicek told The Register, while revelation he couldn’t contend too most some-more during this stage.
“This should never have escalated above a polite matter between KIT and a Cumming-Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce as a matter of business contract,” he added.
Kubicek’s profession declined to comment, and a Chamber of Commerce, too, citing a tentative inlet of a case. Kubicek’s hearing is due to flog off on Mar 10. ®