Two arrests on school grounds in recent weeks

Schools get tough on security

Violence prevention programs have encouraged people to report suspicious activities, especially around schools. Local police recently made arrests after receiving two reports from schools in Stratford.

David R Kabel, 32, of Fairfield was arrested April 9 after making what police describe as sarcastic and disruptive comments at Porter and Chester Institute about needing a revolver and fatigues.

Students made their concern known. Police who responded learned that Kabel was joking with friends in the class. He was arrested and charged with breach of peace for creating the disturbance.

Alexander Vogt, 23, of Stratford was arrested April 11 for loitering on Bunnell High School grounds. The school police resource officer saw Vogt enter the school by a side door after he was let in by another student. He did not follow procedure and enter at the main office as required. Vogt was there to see a former teacher about a reference letter

A summons was issued and Vogt removed from the property.

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