The Davis Police Department acquired a $689,000 mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle at no cost from the military, part of a years-old federal program that lets the Defense Department dole out excess military equipment to law enforcement agencies. The Davis City Council voted Tuesday night to return the vehicle to the federal government.
The Davis Police Department acquired a $689,000 mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle at no cost from the military, part of a years-old federal program that lets the Defense Department dole out excess military equipment to law enforcement agencies. The Davis City Council voted Tuesday night to return the vehicle to the federal government. The Sacramento Bee
The Davis Police Department acquired a $689,000 mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle at no cost from the military, part of a years-old federal program that lets the Defense Department dole out excess military equipment to law enforcement agencies. The Davis City Council voted Tuesday night to return the vehicle to the federal government. The Sacramento Bee