A juvenile has been arrested for computer crimes allegedly committed at Newtown High School last fall. Newtown Police late Friday charged the local youth after a six month long police investigation. A person accessed Google Classrooms and used racial epithets, in an abusive and disruptive manner. The juvenile was charged with 3 counts each of ridicule on account of race, disorderly conduct and computer crimes. School Resource Officer William Chapman led the investigation, which required the use of multiple search warrant applications and computer forensics. Police spokesman Lt Aaron Bahamonde says computer crime investigations tend to be lengthy in time and complicated.