The Miramar Police Division will maintain one other Weapons for Funds buyback drive after a profitable haul of practically 200 weapons voluntarily turned in in 2021. The occasion might be held Saturday, January 14, from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at St. Stephen Protomartyr Catholic Church positioned at 2000 South State Highway 7, Miramar, FL 33023.
The purpose of the Weapons for Funds buyback program is to get extra firearms off the streets. It’s one hundred pc nameless and permits for people to securely get rid of their weapons and obtain reward playing cards of as much as $100 for every handgun surrendered; as much as $150 for every semi-automatic rifle or shotgun and as much as $200 for every rifle.
All weapons dropped at the occasion should be unloaded and positioned within the trunk of a automobile. There isn’t a restrict to the variety of weapons dropped off and no identification is important. Free gunlocks will even be offered on the occasion.
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“Something we will do to take away undesirable weapons that would get into the improper fingers is what we’ll frequently attempt for” said Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis who launched The Weapons for Funds buyback program. “After overspending through the vacation, January is an opportune time for residents to show of their undesirable weapons for funds.”
The Weapons for Funds buyback is in partnership with the Broward Sheriff’s Workplace, Broward League of Ladies’s Voters, and Crime Stoppers.
To study extra in regards to the Weapons for Funds buyback program, please name 954-602-4000 or go to www.MiramarPD.org/gunsforfunds.