Suspects detected, arrested at business for 3rd time in a year

August 15, police arrested suspects at an Everett business for the third time in a year after a detection of a threat by Sonitrol Pacific.

Just before 1 a.m., Operator Kris Etheridge received an alert from Acrowood Corporation Warehouse.  Listening to live audio security sensors, Etheridge heard what could be machinery running.  Due to previous criminal activity at the business, she called Everett Police.

Officers responded to the call from Sonitrol Pacific and caught one suspected burglar.  They believe three more people were involved, but got away.  Police arrived before anything could be taken.

According to police, the burglars cut through the fence and broke a window to the warehouse.

The people at Acrowood were very happy with the detection by Sonitrol Pacific’s system, the quick actions by Etheridge and the fast response by police.

Suspects were detected by Sonitrol Pacific and arrested at Acrowood previously in September 2010 and June 2011.