FDLE Probes Super Bowl Pass For BSO Sheriff’s Son

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBS4) — Broward County Sheriff Al Lamberti is under investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

According to the South Florida Times, The FDLE is investigating law enforcement credentials issued to Lamberti’s teenage son that allowed him to gain entry at no cost into the Super Bowl played at Sun Life Stadium on Feb. 7, 2010.

Nick Lamberti, 15, reportedly went with the sheriff to handle security at the game, even though he is not a BSO employee.

More than 1,000 law enforcement officers from 64 local, state and federal agencies were deployed at the stadium to provide security during the big game.

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  1. tiredofcorruotion says:

    Not what you know…it’s who you know. What a racket.

  2. steven says:

    Big deal, if thats the worst thing he did, he deserves a commendation and he has my vote for re-election. comparted to the school board or our last illustrious sherrif,

  3. diner11 says:

    I for one am tired of cops and diplomats getting a free pass. Make him pay what the scalpers charge us poor slobs. Then again, I know the cops just arrest scalpers and use their tickets anyway. Principles and honesty can’t be only used sometimes, when the people in power want to.

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