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67 Firearms Turned in at Community Gun Buyback Event in Spring Valley

Last week, a Community Gun Buyback event held in Spring Valley resulted in the collection of 67 firearms. Organized through a partnership between Rockland County Sheriff Louis Falco III, the Spring Valley Police Department, the New York State Police, and the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office, the event successfully gathered a variety of weapons.

Sheriff Falco provided a detailed breakdown of the collected items: 4 assault rifles, 29 handguns, 32 rifles and shotguns, and 2 antique or non-working guns. Additionally, several swords and other edged weapons were surrendered for destruction.

“Gun violence continues to create a threat to public safety for the residents of Rockland County and our state,” Sheriff Falco stated. “Last week, working with our partners in Spring Valley and the State Police, along with the DA’s Office, we removed 67 firearms from our streets, guns that could have potentially been used in criminal and other violent acts. I will continue to partner with all of Rockland County law enforcement in our ongoing efforts to keep the people of our county safe.”

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