Police: Stay Off Downtown Building Rooftops

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police are warning spectators of the Grand Prix to stay off high rooftops on downtown buildings.

Officers said Friday that many roofs are not suitable for seating or standing by unauthorized people and could be unsafe.

Police say they will enter buildings and remove people from roofs if necessary. Officers will use surveillance cameras to monitor rooftops.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  1. Harrekki says:

    Heaven forbid someone not PAY to see the grand Prix. this event is turning into a lot of BS

  2. Tony says:

    Since when did cops become structural engineers?

    1. Tom says:

      They consult with structural engineers you dope.

  3. john grahm says:

    big brother at its finest

  4. Herman Glimsher says:

    Officers said Friday that many roofs are not suitable for seating or standing by unauthorized people and could be unsafe.

    DOES THAT MEAN THE ROOTOPS MAY BE SUITABLE FOR SEATING OR STANDING OF AUTHORIZED PEOPLE?????

  5. stationnorth says:

    Not only will I stay off MY rooftop but I will also be staying away from downtown Baltimore and anything to do with the races. I am calling it my Grand Prix boycott.

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