An official at the Middlesex County Adult Corrections Center told DailyMail.com that Shin was not in custody as of Wednesday evening. The New Brunswick Police Department did not immediately respond to phone and email messages.
Superintendent Johnson said that much of the woman’s time during the four days she was enrolled was spent with guidance counselors, who were attempting to learn more about her background and needs.
But he added that she had attended at least three classes, and several students spoke out about interactions they’d had with Shin during her fraudulent enrollment.
’I was in class with this woman, and talked to her, walked her from point A to point B, and never expected this to happen,’ one student, Tatianna, told New Brunswick Today.
’Not knowing she was a 29-year-old woman makes me question how safe I am in this building,’ the student added, saying she had given her phone number to Shin and now feels ’taken advantage of.’
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Entrevistadas pelo diário local, o New Brunswick Today, houve estudantes que contaram sobre as tentativas da mulher para "saídas divertidas" — às quais nenhuma terá respondido.