Police Dispose Of 7,000 Pounds Of Fir...

Police Dispose Of 7,000 Pounds Of Fireworks

There are 2 comments on the Ohio News Network story from Jun 14, 2012, titled Police Dispose Of 7,000 Pounds Of Fireworks. In it, Ohio News Network reports that:

The State Fire Marshal's office confiscated 7,000 pounds of fireworks from a property in West Alexandria and destroyed them later in a rural Preble County gravel pit, ONN's affiliate WHIO reported.

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LizJones2B

West Chester, OH

#1 Jun 29, 2012
This was so stupid considering at least half of preble county law enforcement officers purchased firworks from that location. That man was just trying to help people have an affordable and enjoyable 4th of july. I have known him my whole life and he has never hurt a single soul. The police should be ashamed of what they did. They turned their backs on a friend.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#2 Jan 16, 2014
It's nice to police dealing with real crimes for a change.

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