BC Police nab suspects in purple-paint caper
Baldwin City Police were able to find out who was involved with the July incident where purple paint was poured into the municipal swimming pool, closing it for a day and causing more than $1,000 in damage.
Greg Neis, interim police chief, said officers were able to come up with names of suspects and after interviewing them, sent affidavits to the county attorney’s office for possible charges. He declined to reveal too many details, but the suspects are not from Baldwin City.
“There are six suspects. It’s a mixture of teens from out of town,” said Neis.
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