ARLINGTON — Chief Julie Flaherty reports that the Arlington Police Department received 13 unwanted firearms during a “Safer Homes, Safer Community” gun buyback event over the weekend.
Officials today announced 65 unwanted guns were turned in Saturday during the first weekend of a regional gun buyback initiative being held in eastern Middlesex County, including Arlington.
Arlington Police Among Several Communities in Middlesex County Partner to Host First Regional Gun Buyback Initiative
ommunity and faith-based organizations, five greater Boston area police departments (Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge, Somerville and Watertown) and the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office will partner to host the county’s first regional gun buyback initiative in June, officials announced today.
Melrose Police Department Michael L. Lyle, Chief 56 W. Foster St. Melrose, MA 02176 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, May 12, 2014 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: email@example.com Melrose Police “Retire” 19 Guns at Buyback Event Unwanted, Unneeded, and Unable to Harm Anyone Melrose Police Chief Michael L. Lyle announces the success of Saturday’s gun buyback […]
Wakefield Police Department Rick Smith, Chief of Police 1 Union St. Wakefield, MA 01880 For Immediate Release Wednesday, March 26, 2014 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org **Media Advisory** Wakefield Police to Offer Gun Buyback The Wakefield Police Department will be hosting a Gun Buyback program on Saturday May 17, 2014 at the Wakefield […]