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Todd County Offering Prescription Drug Drop-Off Event

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration is working with law enforcement agencies in Todd County for a prescription drug take-back event.

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Drug Take-Back Day Collected 140 Pounds of Prescriptions

The Benton County Sheriff's Office, in cooperation with the Sauk Rapids and Rice police departments and the Drug Enforcement Administration, held a prescription drug take-back day last Saturday.

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Benton County to Hold Drug Take Back Event

Benton County residents have a chance to get rid of old or unused medications tomorrow. The Benton County Sheriff's Department along with police departments in Sauk Rapids and Rice will be taking part in the DEA National Take Back Initiative.

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Drug ‘Take Back’ Event in Big Lake

The Sherburne County Sheriff's Office and the Big Lake Police Department want your prescription drugs.

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Over 320 Pounds Of Unused Prescription Drugs Collected In Stearns County

Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner says they collected over 320 pounds of unused prescription drugs last Saturday. Their drug take back program was held at three sites. It was organized by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.

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Area Counties Hosting Drug Collection Events

The Sheriff's Departments in several area counties are participating in a drug collection program tomorrow (Saturday). The hours in each county are 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

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Stearns County To Install Rx Drug Drop Boxes

Stearns County is going to install drop boxes for you to safely dispose of your old prescription drugs. Chief Deputy Sheriff Bruce Bechtold told county commissioners it's both a safety issue and an environmental one. Bechtold says they are working with the Environmental Services Department to run the program. He says the goal is to get the drugs out the home and safely dispose of them without the drugs getting into the groundwater.

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