MOSCOW, Idaho — Two guns used in a deadly shooting spree in Moscow last year will not be included in an upcoming firearms sale by the city’s police department.
Instead, authorities say the semiautomatic weapons used by Jason Hamilton will one day be destroyed.
Last May, Hamilton fired nearly 300 shots during a rampage that killed three people and wounded three others. He later took his own life.
Moscow Assistant Police Chief David Duke says the weapons, now being held by the Idaho State Police, will be destroyed because of what happened to the community.
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