Goa police book resort management for French officer`s death
Panaji: Goa police, investigating the death
of a French Naval officer at a swimming pool in Anjuna
village, have booked the management of the resort for not
taking adequate precaution at the pool, a top official said.
Deputy Superintendent of Police Sammy Tavares said
that Orlati Vincent David (25) was found at the bottom of the
pool, 9 feet deep on Tuesday.
The Naval officer was part of 11 member group from a
French warship on a visit to Goa for recreation.
Tavares said that the hotel management has been booked
for not taking adequate precaution at the swimming pool.
Police have also found that the hotel was serving liquor
beyond stipulated hours.
The initial investigations have revealed that David was
in an inebriated state when he drowned.
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