The single line of cars stretched 2 miles down Scott Street, from Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church to Yellowstone Boulevard.
Drivers waited three or more hours to unload
long-forgotten pistols, old hunting rifles and rusted shotguns that for
years sat untouched in storage. One person dropped off a box filled with
what police estimated to be 62 handguns. In exchange for the anonymous
drop offs, participants received gift cards worth anywhere from $50 to
$200, depending on the type of firearm.