By Pamela Singleton, Director of Communications
Posted April 28, 2009
Detections leading to arrests are nothing new for the Sonitrol Pacific team. With a record of assisting law enforcement officials in the arrest of more than 5,000 suspects, our team is used to such results.
However, this past weekend saw an unusually high number of suspects arrested. From April 24 through April 26, the Sonitrol Pacific Operations Center led officials to arrest 12 suspects in four separate incidents.
The action started about 7:45 pm April 24, when Operator Robin Goings detected threatening activity at an Oregon school and sheriff’s deputies arrested two suspects.
About 45 minutes later, Operator Bricia Mejia detected an issue at a Washington school and sent sheriff’s deputies to arrest two suspects.
Saturday, April 25 about 10:00 pm, Operator Joe Orsborn received audio signals from a church in the Stanwood Washington area. After receiving Joe’s call, officers arrested five suspected criminals.
Then on Sunday, April 26, Operator Tara Fulmer sent deputies to another Washington school and they left with three more suspects in custody.
Only the power of our audio sensor technology monitored by verification experts can deliver results like this.