Denver Direct: Denver Police & Crime Stoppers teaming up to get illegal guns off Denver’s streets
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
DENVER, CO – March 13, 2012-
The Denver Police Department and Crime Stoppers are teaming up to get illegal weapons off Denver’s Streets. Crime Stoppers has agreed to pay rewards for information that leads to the arrest of a previous felon in possession of a weapon, a juvenile in possession of a weapon, or the recovery of a weapon used in the commission of a major crime.
This project will surely assist in both solving crimes and preventing others from occurring.
Lt. Matthew Murray
Chief of Staff to
Denver Police Chief Robert C. White
at 5:21 PM
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