Sonitrol Pacific Security audio detects kids throwing rocks, police apprehend

The noise made by people throwing rocks at windows of a Puget Sound area grade school was detected by Sonitrol Pacific’s audio security system and police caught the suspected vandals September 5.

Monitoring Operator Bricia Mejia received the security system activation just after 7:00 p.m.  She heard the sounds of rocks being thrown and glass breaking.  Mejia called police to respond and a representative from the school district to keep them informed of what was happening at the school.  Soon after, Mejia heard voices and updated police.

Police found a shattered window at the school and apprehended two people suspected of breaking it.