Phoenix police collect over 900 guns at 3rd buyback event

Phoenix police collect over 900 guns at 3rd buyback event

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PHOENIX -

Another 945 guns were turned in during a Phoenix police gun buyback event on Saturday.

This week Phoenix police had an anonymous donation of $100,000  to hold their third gun buyback event in the valley.

Saturday morning at the Betania Presbyterian Church, officers collected guns for groceries for the third weekend in a row.

In the past three weekends, police have collected more than 1,900 guns in exchange for grocery gift certificates.

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