For the third time in two months, officials caught people engaged in threatening activity at a Puget Sound area grade school due to a Sonitrol Pacific detection, for a total of seven apprehended.
Monitoring Operator Ashley Sutton received a signal activation from the library area at the school. Not hearing suspicious sounds over the audio security sensors, she called the school district’s security guard service to investigate. While the guard was on his way, Sutton received more system activations.
The security guard caught three kids causing damage to a door. They were detained until their parents picked them up.
Prior to this incident, police caught people engaged in criminal activity at the school on October 14 and September 13.