CLAREMONT, NH––The Claremont Police Dept. released details Friday afternoon regarding an incident at the Dow Building on Feb. 13 during which a panic alarm was activated. According to the police report, officers were told that the panic button was pressed because a member of Human Resources requested that interim Superintendent Keith Pfeifer leave the building but he refused to do so. The report said that there had been an issue with Pfeifer earlier in the day and that the member of HR wanted him removed from the building. The police said they would remove him but only if someone with authority requested it, i.e., a chairperson of the board.
The report goes on to say that after a series of calls, including one with the SAU attorney who explained to the superintendent that he was being placed on administrative leave with pay, Pfeifer left voluntarily.
Assistant Superintendent Cory LeClair is serving as acting superintendent.
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