A 12-year-old girl pulled a fire alarm at a polling location in Brunswick.


BRUNSWICK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A 12-year-old girl was charged with felony criminal terrorizing Tuesday after allegedly pulling a fire alarm at a Brunswick polling area.

The girl pulled the fire alarm at Brunswick Junior High School around 10 a.m. Tuesday while residents voted in the school's gymnasium, according to Deputy Chief Marc Hagan. The school and the polling area were evacuated. The building was re-opened approximately 10 minutes after the alarm was pulled.

Police on scene interviewed students who told them the name of the girl who pulled the alarm.

The girl was charged Tuesday after her parents brought her to the Brunswick Police Department. She is scheduled to appear in West Bath District Court on Aug. 13.

Polls for Tuesday's primary election were left unattended for no more than three minutes, according to police.


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