EUGENE, Ore. -- If you have illegal fireworks, the Eugene Police Department is offering you an opportunity to get rid of them without getting cited.
Illegal Fireworks Amnesty Turn-in Day will be on Sunday, July 1st. Police say illegal fireworks are dangerous and can cause fires. In addition, possession of illegal fireworks is a Class B misdemeanor with a maximum penalty of $2,500 and six months in jail.
The turn-in event will take place at the parking lot at 2nd and Chambers from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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