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Calling MARV - to Algonquin

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Calling MARV - to Algonquin

Gus Philpott
Woodstock Advocate
July 2, 2012


The McHenry County Sheriff's Department rolled its "tank", MARV, to Algonquin on a reported stand-off situation. The suspect reportedly shot himself inside a home.

I've wondered for years if MARV is street-legal. I think it's not. How is it transported to the scene? Does it run there under its own power? Or is it hauled there on a flatbed or trailer?

Does you suppose that a cost-benefit ratio has ever been conducted on MARV? How many times in a year is it used? Once? (Not counting parades.)



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