Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officers had to deal with a communications problem for the third time since the Super Bowl activities kicked off.
On Saturday, officers in the Super Bowl Village were unable to communicate with each other due to problems on the police radio system. IMPD also experienced problems on Tuesday and Friday.
Catherine Cummings, from the Department of Public Safety released this statement:
"We are having interference and delays when the officers are keying up their radios. Motorola is fully engaged and monitoring the radio system continuously."