A helicopter company in Canada is suing Columbus for $200,000 because of problems with a helicopter that company purchased from a third party.
The helicopter was used by the Columbus Division of Police and then sold through a company in Oklahoma for more than $500,000.
Arguments started Monday in a Federal Court in Downtown Columbus.
The lawsuit stated that the helicopter was not properly maintained.
According to The Columbus Dispatch, the company in Canada claims it had to do major maintenance on the helicopter after just 30 hours of flight.
They want the city to repay them for the money they have spent on repairs.
A jury could get this case as soon as tomorrow afternoon.
Columbus police would not comment because of the litigation.
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