Attorney General Mike Beebe says he has asked a Michigan maker of bullet-resistant vests for an additional $246,000 refund, for "defective" vests the company supplied state prison guards. Last month, Beebe asked Second Chance Body Armor Incorporated to repay $200,000 to the state for 218 bullet-resistant vests bought by the Arkansas State Police and state Capitol Police. Beebe`s latest request asks that Second Chance refund the state Department of Community Correction for the 332 vests the department purchased over the last two years. The company notified police agencies that the vests were defective and has offered to change parts on the vests or give trade-in discounts or a warranty adjustment on a different model vest. But Beebe said those offers weren`t good enough. He also says the Justice Department is investigating.