Maine town uses Byrne grant, confiscated drug money to get new squad car


By Scott Monroe
The Morning Sentinel

WINSLOW, Maine — The Police Department is expecting a new patrol car and security cameras at its offices, without using local tax money.

The purchases, which would be funded by a federal grant and money confiscated from drug arrests, were given initial approval by the Town Council this week and are expected to get a final vote next month.

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