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Ellisville To Buy Body Cameras For Local Police

(Ellisville, MO) -- Ellisville officials plan to buy body cameras for local police. The City Council approved the deal On Wednesday that will provide the city's 24 officers with the devices at a cost of 75-hundred-dollars. Ellisville Police Chief Tom Felgate says the cameras will reduce complaints from people who break the law.

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