Md. County PD Unveils New Police Cars

October 31, 2013

Photo via facebook/Prince George's County Police Department
Photo via facebook/Prince George's County Police Department

Prince George’s County Police Department unveiled 24 new police cruisers on Oct. 31 with a new color scheme. The six-cylinder all-wheel-drive Ford Police Interceptors are part of the first group of vehicles rolling out. The Police Department expects to roll out a total of 75 new vehicles, with plans to put at least six in service every week.

Police Chief Mark Magaw told the Washington Post that the County has budgeted more than $8 million for the new cruisers in the current fiscal year and another $9 million for the coming fiscal year.

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