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Let’s get those guns off the streets!!

  • District Attorney John Creuzot with DeSoto Mayor Rachel Proctor
  • District Attorney John Creuzot with DeSoto Chief of Police Joseph Costa
  • District Attorney John Creuzot greets DeSoto City Manager Brandon Wright
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A partnership between the city of DeSoto, DeSoto Police, and the Dallas County District Attorney’s office led to an overwhelming collection of firearms at the voluntary gun surrender event held this weekend. Those bringing in weapons received $100 Walmart gift cards. Officials say the response was so overwhelming that DeSoto Police Chief Joseph Costa, Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot and our DeSoto City Manager Brandon Wright wrote out IOUs for people dropping off weapons. Those IOUs can be redeemed with DeSoto Police next week.

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