(TNS) – Two schools in Dayton were vandalized Tuesday morning, but the district immediately captured two of the three suspects thanks to the high-tech camera system installed a few years ago.
Dayton Public School officials said the alarm went off early Tuesday, first at Wogaman Middle School near Germantown Street, then at Dunbar High School, less than a mile away.
Richard Wright, DPS chief of security and protection, said the regional police station called his home around 5 a.m. to inform him of the alarm in Wogaman.
“Our (security officers) were already out doing transportation details and inspecting buildings,” Wright said. “They came to Wogaman and started looking for fingerprints, and then we got a second alert at Dunbar.”
One of the benefits of the district’s new camera system is the ability to remotely access the video feed. While the county officials drove to Dunbar, Wright pulled the …