There's a big sale this weekend as the city is hosting another surplus auction. If you're in the market for anything from a fleet of trash trucks to air-rifles, odds are good you'll find it there.
Cody Chezem with the city of Tulsa showed us some of the things you'll find at the surplus auction this year. Stun guns, BB and pellet guns and even some 1,000-watt lights from the PAC are all up for grabs.
There's office equipment – desks, chairs and lots of computers updated just this year.
"And file cabinets of various types, laterals, legals," Chezem said.
There are cameras, phones and some vintage iPods; most of it from the police property room.
If you find something you can't live without they take Visa, MasterCard and, of course, cash.
Outside is where you'll find the really big stuff. Need an ambulance? You could buy one. There's also a couple of Vactor trucks if you have some sewer work to do.
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You can even get nine trash trucks that looked in really good condition. There's also a police mobile command center, if you're interested.
“It might make a decent RV," Chezem said.
Speedometer says only 11,000 miles.
The police use them for really serious stuff, but if your 14-year-old barricades himself in his bedroom, they left a script that might get him out.
"You will come out in a safe manner...I'm going to give you a few minutes to think about it."
You can check out all the merchandise Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
The auction begins at 9:30 Saturday morning at 108 North Trenton.