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Md. State Police Barrack to Serve as Gun Turn-in Location

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PRINCESS ANNE, Md.– The Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barrack will be one of a number of locations where persons can turn-in firearms this Saturday as part of the Maryland Attorney General's Gun Turn-in Day.

The Attorney General's 1st Annual Statewide Gun Turn-in Day on Saturday, May 11, will provide an opportunity for anyone to turn in unwanted handguns, rifles, shotguns, or air guns to law enforcement. There will be no questions asked of persons turning in firearms and no personal identification will be required, according to police.

Gun turn-in hours at the Princess Anne Barrack this Saturday will be from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Persons bringing firearms to the barrack are advised to ensure they follow all safety precautions. Firearms should be unloaded, police said. Those bringing in firearms are further advised:

  • Upon arrival at the barrack, go inside and contact the duty officer first, without your firearm.
  • Inform the duty officer you have a firearm to turn in. The duty officer will then escort you to your vehicle, or give you specific instructions on how to turn in your firearm.
  • Do not walk into the barrack carrying your firearm.

The Princess Anne Barrack is located at 30581 Perry Road in Princess Anne. The barrack phone number is (410) 651-3101.

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