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Participants in the LAPD gun buyback program will be offered a Ralph's gift card (while supplies last.
Therefore, a person might be breaking the law just by participating in a gun buyback program.
Hirsh started the first gun buyback program in Pittsburgh in 1994 because his fellow surgeon, John C.
He said the city will probably also do its usual December gun buyback program before the holidays.
WORCESTER - The Police Department's annual "Goods for Guns" gun buyback program collected 115 weapons this year, a decrease for the second year in a row.
WORCESTER - The Police Department's gun buyback program ran yesterday and will continue Saturday.
WORCESTER - Local police, doctors and prosecutors are hoping people will prepare for the holidays with gift certificates, not guns, and bring unwanted firearms to the Police Department during its eighth annual Goods for Guns gun buyback program on Dec.
Since it was established seven years ago, the gun buyback program has taken in more than 1,500 firearms.
Since its inception six years ago, the gun buyback program has taken in more than 1,500 firearms, including 250 in 2002, 244 in 2003, 305 in 2004, 206 in 2005, 271 in 2006 and 217 last year.
James Wallace, executive director of GOAL, cited state laws that appear to say that only the state police can conduct a gun buyback program.