Police Arrest One, Put One on Run After Call from Sonitrol Pacific

Everett, WA, November 27, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Snohomish County Sheriff’s Deputies took one suspect into custody and sent a K9 unit on the trail of another after a school’s Sonitrol Pacific security system detected a break-in November 22.

Expert Operator Jaime Maranville received an impact-activated audio signal from the school and immediately dispatched deputies. Unlike traditional burglar alarms, the Sonitrol Pacific system employs audio sensors to detect threatening activity and deliver comprehensive intrusion coverage.

Officers arrived at the school and quickly rounded up one individual. Next, they called in a K9 unit to track down a second suspected burglar. The suspect was able to elude capture, but dropped the school’s new video camera during the escape.

According to deputies, in addition to attempting to take the camera, the suspects vandalized the building using the school’s fire extinguishers. The camera sustained some damage when dropped during the suspect’s get-away, but still works.

Sound Security, dba Sonitrol Pacific
Pamela Singleton