NYPD on Charlie Sheen: 'We Have a Big Police Force, We Are Ready for Him'

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The troubled actor is set to perform at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall Friday.

The New York City Police Department is prepared for Charlie Sheen, who performs the first of two live shows at Radio City Music Hall Friday evening.

"We have a big police force, we're ready for him," NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly tells the New York Daily News.  
Tickets for Sheen's shows sold out when they first went on sale, but they are being resold for well below the face value.
With his "goddesses" by his side, the star arrived in the Big Apple Thursday and, according to reports, checked in to a block of rooms at the Trump International Hotel at Columbus Circle.
The New York Post reported that he wasn’t welcome at several of the city’s top hotels -- including The Plaza, which he famously trashed last fall with an escort.