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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

JoCo Sheriff's Office warns public about fireworks

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Fireworks, even baby stuff like sparklers, are banned in unincorporated Johnson County unless you've got a permit, and the sheriff's office says it plans to aggressively enforce that rule. Fines run from $25 to $100 for folks caught either selling or possessing fireworks.

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