“The East Baton Rouge local government set up two exchange stations Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2p.m. where citizens could trade in unwanted guns for Circle K gas vouchers,” lsureveille.com reports, “which ranged from $50 to $300 depending on the type of weapon exchanged. Guns less than .38 caliber were traded in for $50 in gas vouchers — while anything above turned out $100 — except for assault weapons, which could earn owners up to $300. Since last year, the trade-in value of assault weapons was increased from $200 to $300. [East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar] Moore said the bump in price was effective. ‘Within one hour there were five [assault weapons] that were collected. It’s good to get those off the streets.'” Tell that to the owners whose guns were stolen by thieves who subsequently turned them into the police under “no questions asked” immunity.