Vandals damage pools in two neighborhoods

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CUMMING, Ga. — The pool at the Crossview subdivision was in a “state of calamity.”

Someone trespassed in the subdivision’s pool after hours and threw items inside, according to Forsyth County Sheriff’s incident reports.

On Aug. 7, the homeowners’ association vice president described the pool at 6615 Peyton Road as being littered with pool chairs, charcoal grill and pool chemicals.

The vice president said the chemicals were taken from a secured maintenance station and she thinks they were intentionally and recklessly emptied in the pool.

She said the HOA has tried to prevent such crimes, but there is no video surveillance around the pool area.

On the same day, the HOA president of Fox Chase subdivision, 4920 Trailing Fox Drive, reported someone clogged the pool bathroom toilet with all of the stocked toilet paper.

She said water from the toilets sprayed out and flooded the bathrooms.

The soap dispensers were knocked off the wall and the vandals threw trash and rocks into the pool.

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