Thetford Township is a sleepy-looking community of about 7,000 people, retirees and farmers, mostly.
It was voted third safest in Michigan in a recent survey by the Michigan Township Association.
Even so, it has its own police department, made up of one part-time officer, one full-time officer, and one police chief.
But township trustee Stan Piechnik thinks the chief has spent more time acquiring military surplus than protecting the community.
Here's some of the surplus - where's the rest?