Dozens of guns are now off the streets of Philadelphia after a gun buyback took place Saturday.
State officials say they have now collected more than 10,000 firearms through gun buyback programs staged throughout New Jersey in recent months.
Officials in New Jersey have netted another 2,000 weapons during the state’s fifth gun buyback program.
New Jersey’s fourth state-sponsored gun buyback program is under way in two locations.
In an effort to get unwanted guns off the streets, authorities in Bensalem are holding a gun buyback program tonight, giving residents a chance to surrender their firearms in exchange for cash.
Fresh off a pair of recent success stories in our region, New Jersey’s “Guns For Cash” buyback program is branching out.
The event, co-hosted by Uplift Solutions, will be held at the Myers Recreation Center at 5803 Kingsessing Avenue in Philadelphia.