ASBURY PARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey’s next gun buyback program is planned for Monmouth County.
State and county law enforcement officials plan to announce details of the program at a news conference Thursday in Asbury Park.
Recent gun buyback programs staged in Camden, Trenton and Essex County have yielded more than 5,000 weapons since December.
Participants will be able to turn in weapons with no questions asked. In exchange, they will receive cash or supermarket gift cards.