A 27-year-old Hamilton City man pleaded not guilty on Thursday to a series of "bizarre and twisted" crimes including urinating on his roommate's bedding, hacking a student's school account and stealing nude photographs of a female student.
Daniel Deluna Martinez entered the plea in Butte County Superior Court to a multitude of charges, including three counts identity theft, computer hacking, attempted extortion and four counts of burglary, according to court records.
The crimes were allegedly committed against Martinez's former Chico State roommates, their friends and family.
Charges are also expected to be filed as videos reportedly show Martinez engaged in sexual acts with at least one unconscious woman, according to the Butte County District Attorney's Office.
Martinez was arrested March 17 following a lengthy investigation originating with the discovery of Chico State-issued student accounts allegedly being hacked by the suspect.
According to the DA's office, the computer used to take over the accounts was traced back to Martinez's parents' home in Hamilton City.
Of the more than 10 victims identified, it is reported one is a female student whose computer accounts were allegedly hacked by Martinez, including downloaded nude photos of the woman. Martinez allegedly threatened to put the photos online unless the victim sent him other nude photos.
Martinez, scheduled to appear in court on April 16 for a preliminary hearing, is being held in Butte County Jail with bail set at $1 million.