(09/13/13) - Several guns are off the streets now, after multiple police agencies worked together to make their community safer.
Saginaw Police say a dozen guns have been removed.
Reggie Williams, with the Saginaw Police Department, says six people have been arrested in the last two days as the city cracks down on its crime problem.
On Wednesday, two guns were collected during traffic stops. Ten were taken off the streets, Thursday night.
Police were also able to seize hundreds of dollars in cash.
In one of those incidents, on Norman Street, the Bay Area Narcotics team seized $2,100.
Williams said tips from the public are continuing to lead to arrests in cases like this.
That's a good feeling, to get that many guns in just a couple of days, our officers are doing a good job out there, we're continuing to work. It almost seems like we're not getting any sleep, but it's paying off, it's really paying off," he said.
Police say they've already identified some of those guns as weapons previously reported as stolen.
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