A man who cost Washtenaw County more than $230,000 has plead guilty in federal court. The Associated Press reports that Konrad Voits was able to take over the Washtenaw County computer system with malware and other tricks. Prosecutors say Voits got full access to the the county network earlier this year, including jail records, search warrant affidavits and personal information from more than 1600 employees. Voits admits altering an electronic record in an attempt to get an inmate released early.