The city is set to use money seized from criminals to try to catch or deter more of them.
An item set to be approved at Monday’s city commission meeting would authorize using $109,490 of seized money. The city would use $90,000 for police overtime and the remaining $19,489 to replace the department’s aging bicycle fleet with 12 new police bicycles and accessories.
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