Police in state getting war-surplus armored vehicles

Posted: May 8, 2014 at 6:06 a.m.

Lt. Carl Minden of the Pulaski County sheriff’s office Wednesday shows off three mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles that are being stored in Little Rock for other law enforcement agencies.

The same mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles that U.S. military personnel used to patrol the streets in Baghdad and protect themselves from deadly roadside bombs are now in the hands of some law enforcement agencies to use in Arkansas.

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