Texas City's PD Spends $1.4M on Police Units

June 27, 2014

The City Council of the City of Killeen, Texas, has approved the purchase of 20 Chevrolet Tahoe police cars and an armored vehicle for a total cost of $1.4 million, the Killeen Daily Herald reported.

The fully equipped Tahoes cost $58,000 each and were chosen for their larger size, while the ballistic armored tactical transport vehicle cost $300,000 and replaces a SWAT vehicle from 1977.

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