Two adults and two juveniles were arrested after a Fairfield pool incident Tuesday.
Officers were sent to assist a park ranger who had engaged with a disorderly group of juveniles at the Fairfield Aquatic Center.
According to the incident report, the juveniles had been requested to leave due to their behavior. The juveniles told the ranger that their mom told them they did not have to leave the pool. After that, the mother, Krystal Dixon, 33, of Cincinnati, was told to leave the premises after aggressively confronting the pool staff.
Police say that during the encounter, Krystal pushed the officer and was warned again, but she did not leave the premises. The officer placed her under arrest and she aggressively resisted. At that moment, Maya Dixon, 34, of Columbus, began striking the officer while several juveniles, both male and female, joined in striking and pushing the officer. Krystal called to a juvenile at one point to get a taster from her purse, according to the incident report.
Several more officers arrived after calls from the public and pool staff that the officer needed help.
Several people were separated from the ranger and officers. They were handcuffed and the situation was brought under control, officials say.
Krystal and Maya were charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
A 15-year-old male was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, while the second juvenile, a 12-year-old female, was charged with assault and resisting arrest.