Green Bay scrap dealers may have to list transactions
Jul 12, 2013 | 12:45 PM
| Rey Mashayekhi
NEW YORK Scrap dealers in Green Bay, Wis., may soon be required to maintain an electronic information database documenting scrap transactions, the result of an effort by the citys police department to curb theft and track potential sellers of stolen goods to dealers.
Some dealers are apprehensive about the plan, initiated by the Green Bay Police Department, which could come into effect as early as next month. The city already maintains similar databases for pawn shops and secondhand dealers as a means to combat trading of stolen goods, and now wants....
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