The Omaha Police Department's Gun Amnesty Day collected 25 firearms, officers said Sunday.
Saturday's amnesty drive at the Firefighter's Union Hall near 60th and Grover Streets also took in five 5-gallon buckets of ammunition, four BB guns and one starter pistol.
Police offer gun amnesty several times a year. The idea is to get unwanted or illegal guns off the street, no questions asked.
Saturday marked Bellevue police's first gun amnesty day. Sgt. Don Pleiss said the department received four handguns, 11 shotguns and rifles, and more than 500 rounds of ammunition.
– Maggie O'Brien