Near-drowning concerns Baltimore officials over pool break-ins

Concern is mounting over break-ins at Baltimore City pools after a near-drowning Sunday night. City officials who run the pools said trespassing has gotten out of hand. City fire officials were called around 9 p.m. Sunday to the Roosevelt Pool in Hampden for a near-drowning incident involving a 15-year-old boy who thought he could swim. This follows other break-ins at other city pools, like Patterson Park. Police have taken to the sky to try and get them to stop by enforcing closing times from the police helicopter. They said the Foxtrot helicopter routinely checks city pools in an effort to prevent drownings.