Police from Arizona want to question a man after students claimed that their drinks were spiked at JROTC balls.
According to Flagstaff police, the man was seen on surveillance camera around a Double Tree Inn, March 11, while Coconino High School JROTC held a ball.
According to police, the man was acting suspiciously and walking around “checking conference rooms doors” and “going up/down in the elevator near the lobby.”
A chaperone confronted the man and he identified himself as “Sgt. Before he could say anything, Major Travis Palmer said that he needed to make a call before he left.
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Around 20-30 minutes after he left the classroom, six students fell ill. One male student was also ill. He began vomiting and experienced nausea and dizziness.
According to the Facebook post, students thought their drinks were spiked.
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Many students were brought to Flagstaff Medical Center by their parents for medical treatment.
Flagstaff Police released a image showing a man with a mustache, who is wearing a dark-colored jacket and a hat.
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According to police, the man is in his 40s or 50s with a tall build and approximately 6 feet tall.