Police investigating Drouin Pool incident, suspects identified
Baw Baw News By William PJ Kulich // 15:20, Friday 10 February 2012
Police are investigating a case of antisocial behaviour at the Drouin Pool which may lead to charges being laid against two suspects in the future.
The Baw Baw Shire Council has provided police with CCTV footage of the incident and police have been taking statements from staff and witnesses to the event.
A police spokesperson today told The Warragul Citizen two suspects have been identified and the case is presently under investigation.
No one has been charged yet.
The council recently slashed the pool’s opening hours due to antisocial behaviour before reopening the venue with additional security and an admission fee.
Mayor of the Baw Baw Shire Council, Councillor Diane Blackwood, said in a media release future incidences of antisocial behaviour at the pool will result in bans.
“Future offenders of undesirable behaviour will not be tolerated and will be issued with permanent bans,” Cr Blackwood said.
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