Security a priority for inaugural Red Stick Revelry
BATON ROUGE - The first ever Red Stick Revelry in downtown is expected to bring crowds and more police patrols.
"You will see more of a presence throughout the city, which includes the downtown," Baton Rouge Police Cpl. Don Coppola said. "You will see more police out."
The department has dozens of police vehicles patrolling downtown, including the mobile command center as well as the mayor's emergency preparedness unit.
Tune into News 2 at 10 p.m. for more on this story in Ryan Naquin's report.
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