NC City's Patrol Cars Get New Look

November 01, 2017

The City of Kinston, N.C., Police Department is moving to a black-and-white color scheme for its patrol cars, replacing its white vehicles. The city has ordered 10 Dodge Chargers with the new vehicle graphics, Kinston.com reported.

The design received positive feedback on Facebook when it was posted to the website.

These vehicles will have one cage in the backseat instead of a full cage to allow officers more space to organize their things.

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