It was early in the morning when the Operator received alarm signals from a non-project organization in Monroe. She could see a person on site with a flashlight and hat going through the donation bin and proceeded to dispatch the police. A member of the police department called back to say they recovered the items taken out of the bin … Read More
Operator Jessica Culver was in the Verification Center early yesterday morning when she received audio of glass breaking and at least two male voices inside a pharmacy in Marysville. She continued to hear crashing and banging inside and dispatched the Marysville Police Department. Jessica could hear the guys running on foot and a vehicle leaving on the scanner, police were … Read More
Operator Minta Christopherson was in the Verification Center Monday morning when she received alarm signals from the bar entry of a restaurant in Beaverton, OR. She alerted the emergency contact and contacted the Beaverton Police Department. Police confirmed the arrest of one for burglary, saving our customer from damage.
Adults love to tell kids to stay in school. Sonitrol Pacific takes a different stance—children should stay OUT of school, at least in the wee hours of the morning. At 3AM on July 10, eagle-eared Verification Center operator Kris heard a couple of youngsters attempting to break into a Snohomish county middle school. The county sheriff was dispatched to the … Read More
Dogs and roller skating rinks don’t usually mix—except when the dogs are police K-9s and the skate rink is the site of a crime. That was the case during a recent break-in at the Everett Skate Deck interrupted by a quick and verified call to the police from Sonitrol Pacific. At 5:45AM on July 3, Operator Kris Etheridge heard loud … Read More