By Pamela Singleton, Sonitrol Pacific Director of Communications
Posted July 7, 2009
During the second quarter of 2009, Sonitrol Pacific detections led to the arrest of 71 suspects in 34 separate incidents. In recognition of the officers and dispatchers involved in these 34 incidents, Sonitrol Pacific will donate $3,400 to Crime Stoppers at the organizations’ next meetings.
Wayne Ohlemeier, Sonitrol Pacific Chief Technical Officer, will present Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound with a check for $1,400 in recognition of the 14 arrest incidents at Sonitrol Pacific protected sites in the north Puget Sound area.
Heather Rosenthal, Sonitrol Pacific Tacoma General Manager, will present Tacoma/Pierce County Crime Stoppers with a check for $800 in recognition of the eight arrest incidents at Sonitrol Pacific protected sites in the south Puget Sound area.
Jim Dopp, Sonitrol Pacific Vice President of Finance, will present Crime Stoppers of Oregon with a check for $1,200 in recognition of the 12 arrest incidents at Sonitrol Pacific protect sites in the Portland Metro area.
Sonitrol Pacific enthusiastically supports the crime reduction efforts of Crime Stoppers organizations throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our security systems provide important alarm verification information to law enforcement personnel that aids in arrests. This is a winning partnership and we look forward to future donations.