Nashua police working on records detailing the disposal, release of out of commission weapons, equipment
In January, aldermen approved the department’s purchase of 154,000 rounds of .40-caliber Smith & Wesson ammunition, 4,000 rounds of .308-caliber rifle ammunition, 10,000 rounds of .223-caliber semi-automatic rifle ammunition, and 31,500 rounds of 5.56x45-caliber ammunition and 22 bullet-proof vests over the remaining fiscal 2013 budget year. With that in mind, we wondered where the rest of the department’s hundreds and thousands of dollars worth of equipment goes when it is considered out of commission?
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