Police quickly blocked trade in downtown Bethesda for his motorcade
Vice President Mike Pence’s motorcade exits a Bethesda Hyatt Wednesday morning. Credit: Andrew Metcalf
Vice President Mike Pence spoke during a crime rebate discussion during a Hyatt Regency Bethesda Wednesday morning.
Pence was scheduled to pronounce from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. during a National Summit on Crime Reduction and Public Safety that was holding place during a hotel. A Montgomery County military officer reliable around 10:20 a.m. that it was Pence’s motorcade withdrawal a hotel surrounded by military motorcycles and confidence vehicles.
Pence was introduced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, according to the module for a event. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, a Bethesda resident, spoke during a eventuality yesterday, according to a program.
There was complicated confidence outward a hotel Wednesday including military officers stationed during entrances and a bomb-sniffing dog checking vehicles as they entered a hotel’s subterraneous garage. Officers could also be seen inside a hotel’s lobby, including one with a K9-unit.
A military officer escorts a dog around vehicles entering a building’s garage. Credit: Andrew Metcalf
Pence’s motorcade left a building from a behind opening nearby a Bethesda Metro hire garage. Montgomery County military sealed Montgomery Lane and Wisconsin Avenue to concede a motorcade to transport south behind to Washington, D.C.
The discussion began on Monday during a hotel and facilities discussions from law coercion leaders and academics about trends in opioid abuse, carnage investigations, girl assault and gangs such as MS-13. The discussion ends Wednesday afternoon.
A Montgomery County military officer travels down a path before shutting Montgomery Lane to concede a motorcade to exit a hotel. Credit: Andrew Metcalf
Motorcycle officers conduct toward Wisconsin Avenue in allege of a motorcade.
The motorcade roving adult Montgomery Lane after exiting a hotel. Credit: Andrew Metcalf