Tacoma, WA, July 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Two suspects were arrested and two others were released to parents after Sonitrol Pacific detected an attempted break-in at a Washington school July 9.
Sonitrol Pacific Operator Kristine Etheridge received a signal from a hatch on the school’s roof just after midnight and called the school district’s guard service to investigate.
Guards located four individuals and detained them in order to discover if they actually got inside the school or not.
The four were caught before getting inside, but guards found drugs on two of them. Two of the suspects were arrested for drug possession; the other two were released to their parents’ custody.