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Gun buyback program collects almost 200 guns

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Outside of the church, two people, who refused to give their names, look over a Taurus to see if they would buy it for more than the $50.00 the city was offering.

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Outside of the church, other people held signs offering more money than the city to buy people's weapons.

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TPD officer Bill Michalski, right, looks over a 16 gauge Stevens shotgun, that belonged to the father of the woman at left. She considered selling it to one of the buyers outside, but said she didn't truct them: "They are more like the folks who broke into my house." Behind the seller is TPD Sgt. Anita Madison.

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TPD officer Bill Michalski, right, records the manufacturer, caliber, and serial number of each weapon brought to the buyback.

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TPD officer Bill Michalski, right, records the manufacturer, caliber, and serial number of each weapon brought to the buyback. Another officer will check the weapon to determine if it is operational.

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TPD officer Bill Michalski, right, records the manufacturer, caliber, and serial number of each weapon brought to the buyback. Another officer will check the weapon to determine if it is operational.

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TPD officers Ed Mack, left, and Curtis Stone place a barrel of long guns that had been turned in to the city into a police vehicle. The barrel joined two crates of handguns the city had bought back.

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A Toledo resident, left, sells two long guns, shotgun shells and 7.62 ammo to three men who chose to not give their names. outside of the City's buyback program.

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Outside of the church, other people held signs offering more money than the city to buy people's weapons.

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