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  • Sheriff Darr discusses importance of Drug Take-Back Day

    Sheriff John Darr said the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office collected 203 pounds of drugs, bringing this year’s total to 4,678 pounds. The nationwide initiative is meant to provide the public with a safe way to dispose of medication while educating them about drug abuse.

Sheriff John Darr said the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office collected 203 pounds of drugs, bringing this year’s total to 4,678 pounds. The nationwide initiative is meant to provide the public with a safe way to dispose of medication while educating them about drug abuse. Sarah Robinson srobinson@ledger-enquirer.com
Sheriff John Darr said the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office collected 203 pounds of drugs, bringing this year’s total to 4,678 pounds. The nationwide initiative is meant to provide the public with a safe way to dispose of medication while educating them about drug abuse. Sarah Robinson srobinson@ledger-enquirer.com

Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office announces Drug Take-Back event

April 21, 2017 11:12 AM