Arrests in break-in at North Catholic

Police were called out twice this morning to the former Northeast Catholic High School building after reports of unauthorized people in the building.

The first call came around 3 a.m.when a witness reported seeing three teenagers or young men enter the building. Though further details have not been released, police did take several people into custody with the help of the K-9 unit.

Authorities were called back shortly after 5 a.m. when an alarm inside the building went off. It’s unclear if further arrests were made.

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