Extra officer, people gather outside LeBron’s Bath Twp. home

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BATH TOWNSHIP, Ohio — An additional officer has been stationed on the street where LeBron James’ home is located in anticipation of a possible announcement of what’s being called “The Decision 2.”

James — now a  free agent — is expected to soon decide if he’ll return to the Miami Heat or come back to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s not clear whether the decision will come down today or later this week.

When James makes his decision, it is expected to be announced on his website.

James played seven seasons with the Cavs before leaving as a free agent in 2010. He still has a home on Idlebrook Drive in Bath Township.

Bath Township Police Chief Michael McNeeley said James hires off-duty Bath Township police officers to work security on the inside of his property every day. Officers will be present today and tonight as well, said McNeeley.

Security will allow fans to drive by the home, but they will not be permitted to stop.

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