THE GREY COUNTY OPP RELEASES GUN AMNESTY RESULTS
5/17/2018 7:03:28 AM


Through the OPP's gun amnesty program, officers took in hundreds of firearms and over 12-thousand pieces of ammunition. Grey County police had 19 turned in including, 13 rifles, 3 shot guns and 37-hundred pieces of ammo. Police say the majority of firearms will be destroyed but a number of guns will be held onto for historical, educational or training purposes. Interested gun owners who want to turn any firearms over can contact local police through non-emergency lines and arrange for the officers to retrieve them.
   

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