Mass. cops deal with large overflow of evidence

Some items in overflowing evidence rooms go back as far as 15 years


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SOUTHBRIDGE, Mass. — A small hot tub and a set of brass knuckle with three knives sticking out of it are among unusual items that have accumulated in the Southbridge Police Department.

They are examples of a common housekeeping issue for police departments - the need for more room for evidence and recovered items.

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