Officials increase security measures for Super Bowl 54

first_imgMiami-Dade Police officers are preparing for the worst as they increase security measures ahead of Super Bowl 54 that take places in Miami, Feb.2nd.Police say those who will be in attendance at Super Bowl 54 will be going through checkpoints similar to those at airports on Sunday.U.S. Customs and Border Protection operations will also be taking place in the air and ocean. Officials say they will have Black Hawk helicopters patrolling the area. K-9 units will also be patrolling the area to sniff out explosives.Last week, authorities used X-ray units to monitor trucks going into the stadium prior to the game.Officials say they have been preparing for months and are ready for anything.Police say the goal is to plan for the worst, and expect for the best.last_img

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Kaliese Spencer exonerated

first_imgKaliese Spencer Jamaica’s 400 meters hurdler Kaliese Spencer has been exonerated by an independent panel of adjudicators.Spencer, a Commonwealth champion, was cited for doping related violations after the Jamaica Anti Doping Commission (JADCO) accused her of not making herself available for random drug testing.Spencer pleaded her innocence and instead blamed JADCO for the foul up as they had not properly informed her about the time and place they wanted to conduct the test.The panel found that she did not commit an anti-doping violation and she is now free to compete. She was represented by attorney Paul Greene.Attorney Kent Gammon, Dr Donovan Calder and Heron Dale are the members of the disciplinary panel.Kaliese Spencer’s attorney confident anti-doping charge will be droppedlast_img read more

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