$13K in Drug Money Buying Manchester Police New Equipment
The Manchester Police Department plans to use $13,500 of its asset forfeiture funds for new equipment.
The money would come from the city's asset forfeiture account which is money seized from people engaged in drug trafficking, Manchester Police Chief Tim Walsh tells Patch.
To view the items the police department plans to purchase, see the agenda included in this article (Section 10c).
Walsh said the purchase will include belt flashlights for officers, microphones that accompany the squad car dash cams, three radar units and two portable blood alcohol measuring devices.