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April 30, 2013 2:38 PM

Muscogee Sheriff’s Office collects 700 pounds of pills through Drug Take Back program

When it comes to collecting and disposing of unused medications, this year may be a record-breaker for the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office announced during a press conference Tuesday that the department has collected about 700 pounds of unused or unwanted prescription pills so far this year through it’s participation in the National Drug Take Back Initiative and the Georgia Law Enforcement’s Drug Drop Box Campaign.

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