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Police to crack down on illegal fireworks

10:04 PM, Jul. 1, 2013
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De Pere police are reminding residents this Fourth of July week that the department has a zero-tolerance policy for the possession and use of fireworks.

As a way to try to prevent injuries and property damage associated with the use of illegal fireworks, officers will be enforcing state and city ordinances. That includes the confiscation of illegal fireworks and issuing citations for the possession and use of illegal fireworks.

Under Wisconsin law, the possession and use of sparklers, stationary cones and fountains, toy snakes, smoke bombs, caps and confetti poppers with less than ...

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