Big mess with seized guns in Mass.
Here's the story. Seizures of guns from people subject to Domestic restraining orders has swamped police storage areas in the state, so they have contracted with a warehouse (which bills the gun owner, not the police). Where the guns go from there appears to be a bit of a mystery. It appears that the warehouse may be taking guns on which the owner doesn't pay the storage fee and selling them, but no one knows whether or how many. A board of some type has come up with proposals to improve matters, but the Secretary of State refuses to implement its ideas.
Apparently, the state believes in strictly keeping track of guns ... except when it's the one who has them!