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January 21, 2015 at 11:00 AM

Snohomish police may use seized heroin money to remodel station

The Associated Press

SNOHOMISH — Money seized in drug raids around Snohomish could help remodel the police station.

Chief John Flood wants to spend nearly $100,000 held from recent heroin investigations.

KOMO reports the chief hopes to present a plan in about a month to the City Council. Renovation could start in the spring on the police headquarters, a former bank.

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