Carers arrested after allegations of neglect are bailed again
Five carers arrested on suspicion of neglect at a day centre for vulnerable adults in Cornwall have been re-bailed by police.
Three men and two women were questioned in April by detectives investigating allegations about care at the John Daniel Centre in Penzance.
The five people, a 21-year-old man from St Ives, a 58-year-old man from Penzance, a 22-year-old woman from Helston and a man and woman both aged 57 from Hayle, answered bail on Friday.
They were all re-bailed until August while detectives further inquiries and a decision on possible charges is made by the Crown Prosecution Service.
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The arrests follow a five-month investigation into the care regime at the centre, which is used by about 85 people with learning disabilities and offers activities ranging from pottery to sailing.
It follow concerns, first raised in November, about practices at the centre, which saw 13 members of staff suspended.
Cornwall Council has said that it is carrying out its own disciplinary investigation.