Westchester County District Attorney’s Office & the New Rochelle Police Department host June 1 Community Gun Buyback at Shiloh Baptist Church

English flier, all information in text below

Date & Time: Saturday, June 1, 2024 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location: Shiloh Baptist Church - 185 Lincoln Avenue in New Rochelle.
Facts:

  • This is an amnesty program. No identification will be required. No questions will be asked.
  • Eligible participants will receive pre-paid gift cards for surrendered firearms: $250 for assault rifles, $200 for hand guns, $100 for shot guns or rifles and $25 for non-working guns.
  • Guns must be unloaded and placed in a plastic bag, paper bag or box.
  • If transported by car, guns must be unloaded, and in the trunk, placed in a plastic bag, paper bag or box.
  • Payment is subject to inspection and screening onsite by officials.
  • There is no limit to the number of firearms that can be surrendered.
  • Licensed gun dealers and active or retired members of law enforcement are not eligible to participate.
  • 3-D printed guns or ghost guns are not eligible for the buyback program.

For additional questions, contact the DA’s Office at (914)955-3586 or NRPD at (914) 654-2300

Members of the press can contact the Press Office at (914) 955-3586 or media@westchesterda.net

 

La Fiscalía del Condado de Westchester y La Policía de New Rochelle organizan la Recompra Comunitaria de Armas el 1 de junio en la Iglesia Shiloh Baptist

English flier, all information in text below

Fecha y hora: sábado 1 de junio de 2024 de 10 a 14 horas.
Ubicación: Iglesia Shiloh Baptist - 185 Lincoln Avenue en New Rochelle.
Hechos:

  • Este es un programa de amnistía. No se requerirá identificación. No se harán preguntas.
  • Los participantes elegibles recibirán tarjetas de regalo prepagas por las armas de fuego entregadas: $250 por rifles de asalto, $200 por pistolas, $100 por escopetas o rifles y $25 por armas que no funcionan.
  • Las armas deben estar descargadas y colocadas en una bolsa de plástico, bolsa de papel o caja.
  • Si se transportan en automóvil, las armas deben estar descargadas y colocadas en el maletero en una bolsa de plástico, bolsa de papel o caja.
  • El pago está sujeto a inspección y control in situ por parte de funcionarios.
  • No hay límite en la cantidad de armas de fuego que se pueden entregar.
  • Los comerciantes de armas con licencia y los miembros activos o retirados de las fuerzas del orden no son elegibles para participar.
  • Las armas impresas en 3D o las armas fantasma no son elegibles para el programa de recompra.

Si tiene preguntas adicionales, comuníquese con la Fiscalía del Distrito al (914)955-3586 o NRPD al (914) 654-2300

Los miembros de la prensa pueden comunicarse con la Oficina de Prensa al (914) 955-3586 o media@westchesterda.net

Please contact the WCDAO Communications Office to access this archived press release by calling (914) 995-3414 or emailing media@westchesterda.net.

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