Christmas weekend is approaching and the Sumner Police Station is bursting with toys.
In all, about 750 individuals, or 300 families, will be served with the program this year.
Sumner police officers have dutifully picked up the toys from bins around town and even test drove some of the goods before they will be distributed among local families.
"It's dangerous in here," said Sumner Police Chief John Galle as he watched Deputy Chief Brad Moericke and Sgt. Jeff Engle play with an electronic dump truck. "A Nerf gun war could break out at any moment."