Cpt. Ken Roske tells KEPR, "Been a good truck for us, just at the end of it's life span, so we're upgrading to something more reliable and larger."
The old truck will be traded in and Homeland Security is kicking in cash so the new purchase will be a wash for taxpayers. If Franklin County needs a mobile command center, it will share the use with Benton County. Pasco expects the new SWAT vehicle to arrive in the summer.