MOODY, Ala. (AP) - Moody Police want a judge to condemn 6 years of confiscated property so they can get rid of it.
The department put the items on display on Friday - about 125 weapons, more than 100 pounds of marijuana and 11 kilograms of cocaine.
The department plans to write St. Clair County District Attorney Richard Minor to recommend that the property be condemned. Police said a judge has to condemn the property after cases related to it have been completed.
Police also have confiscated eight vehicles and about $30,000 within those six years.
Once property is condemned, police can destroy it, use the vehicles and spend the money on department needs.
The plan is to have the guns melted at a steel company and the drugs burned.
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