Kennewick, Wash., Purchases 27 New Police Vehicles

July 26, 2013

The Tri-City Herald reported that the City of Kennewick, Wash.’s police department has purchased 27 new police vehicles. The purchase includes 14 Ford Police Interceptor sedans, eight Ford Police Interceptor Utility models, and four other types of vehicles slated for the department’s Criminal Apprehension Team.

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