Planning for Chaos Beverly Hills To Shut Down Rodeo Drive on Election Day

 

Beverly Hills Assistant Chief of Police Marc Coopwood told the BHCC  they are  planning to close Rodeo Drive to drivers and pedestrians between Santa Monica and Wilshire Boulevards election Day Nov. 3-4.

Concerning the prior state of unrest in the George Floyd protest, in which Beverly Hills was heavily destroyed and looted. The Beverly Hills police department will be on high alert and will have 135 officers from BHPD working. As of Halloween Night, October  31st, 2020  police officers will be on tactical alert and  have 12 hour rotating shifts. A SWAT team from Santa Paula will be used as backup along with 80 private security guards, and  ex-military or law enforcement are to  patrol the city starting on Halloween to deter criminal activity.

If the city feels there is  reason to keep the closures longer, they will do so. Beverly Hills PD issues dire warning retailers to board up fearing rioting and chaos if Donald Trump wins.

K-rail cement barricades will be placed as to   not allow any vehicle or  foot traffic on the Rodeo Drive. Stores on Rodeo Drive are not required to close during this time.

Many celebrities, locals and tourists have always shopped in the area. All restaurants are only open for outdoor dining.  Many  stores  are empty and  now for lease due to the pandemic. The police department is taking this as necessary serious precaution to prevent any more destruction in the area.

Video Credit Marcus Freed You Tube-

 

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