How do I retrieve my stored firearm?

For Found and/or Held for Safekeeping Property you will need a Driver’s License or some kind of identification to confirm identity if you are the rightful owner; Contacting our direct number first to make an appointment is highly recommended in the event you commute here and we are not here at that time; If you are a family/friend of the rightful owner and are trying to pick up property for them, we must have a notarized letter from them authorizing you to pick up their property. We do have to confirm they can be in possession of a firearm prior to releasing any firearm.

For any property we seized as Evidence that pertains to an investigation, authorization/communication must be obtained from the assigned investigator before we can release your property back to you OR if somebody has been charged/arrested and the case is going through District or Circuit Court you must contact your attorney to file for a motion to return seized property that must be directed through the Prosecutors Office before we can release that type of property.

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1. What are the hours of operation for the evidence/property room?
2. What is the phone number for evidence/property room?
3. What do I need to retrieve my property after it has been stored?
4. How long do I have to retrieve my property?
5. How do I retrieve my stored firearm?
6. My property was stored as evidence, how do I retrieve it?
7. How long after my property is stored may I retrieve it?
8. My property was lost/stolen, how can I check to see if it was stored in the property room?
9. What if someone other than myself was listed as the property owner on the report?
10. Can someone else retrieve my property for me?