The man identified himself as Sgt Major Travis Palmer before leaving the scene shortly before students fell ill
Police in Arizona are searching for a man they want to question after several students said their drinks were spiked at a JROTC ball.
The man, according to a Facebook post from police in Flagstaff, was spotted on surveillance cameras lurking around a Double Tree Inn on Saturday while the Coconino High School JROTC was holding a ball.
Police said the man was acting “suspiciously” and walking around “checking conference room doors” and “going up and down in the elevator near the lobby.”
The man was confronted by a chaperone and identified himself as “Sgt. Major Travis Palmer” before saying he had to take a phone call and left the premises.
Police in Flagstaff, Arizona, are searching for a man who may have spiked the drinks of JROTC students. (Flagstaff Police Department)
About 20 to 30 minutes after he left, approximately six female students and one male student fell ill and began vomiting while experiencing nausea and dizziness.
The Facebook post says the students “thought their drinks had been spiked.”
Several students were taken to Flagstaff Medical Center for medical treatment.
The Flagstaff Police Department released an image of the man who has a mustache and is wearing a hat and dark-colored jacket.
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