BATON ROUGE, La (FOX44) - As schools let out for summer police warn that your kid could end up in trouble.
Juvenile offenses are higher in the summer time.
Most of that includes petty theft and vandalism, but violent crime is a reality, too.
The Baton Rouge Police Department says the best way to keep kids out of trouble is by making sure they have plenty of activities to keep them occupied.
One option to keep your child active this summer opened its doors.
We got a first look at the BRECs Liberty Lagoon Family Aquatics Center, located off of Lobdell Avenue.
The water park took 6.5 million dollars for construction.
Tickets to the park for the day cost 9 dollars or less, which is an low cost way to have a good time outdoors.