A two-day gun buyback program offering an anonymous means for surrendering weapons at locations in Asbury Park and Rumson brought in 218 guns over the weekend, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor announced.
The state-run Gun Buyback Program maybe getting a little divine help. Two Monmouth County churches are the unsung heroes in the successful gun amnesty program that yielded nearly 16-hundred guns over the weekend.
A sea of weapons on display at the Monmouth County Police Academy Tuesday is more evidence that New Jersey residents like their firearms and that's in a state with some of the toughest gun laws in the nation.
Shore streets are safer by 1,581 weapons. That's how many were turned in during the two-day gun buy-back initiative in Asbury Park and Keansburg, spearheaded by New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa.
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