Strange things you'll see during RNC in CLE

Antennas, detectors spotted all over downtown
Posted at 11:37 PM, Jul 15, 2016

If you're in or around downtown Cleveland over the next week, you'll spot plenty of strange structures and bizarre items. 

Antennae and metal boxes, they all serve specific purposes -- meant to make sure the Republican National Convention goes smoothly and safely. 

NewsChannel 5 reporter Homa Bash explains what they all do in the video above. 

Bonus: Horses! Law enforcement agencies from all over the country have sent horses and officers to assist Cleveland Police's mounted patrol unit. 

The farthest came from Fort Worth, Texas -- eight horses and officers made the 23-hour drive and arrived in Cleveland on Friday. 

There will be a total of about 30 officers on horseback during the RNC.