Drug Take Back This Saturday

The bi-annual National Drug Take Back Day will take place this Saturday, April 30th.  The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office will once again team with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency for the event. Citizens can bring in their unused, expired and unwanted pills at the Sheriff’s main office, located at 1170 Michigan Road in Port Huron Township from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  “This has been a great event for everyone involved,” said Sheriff Tim Donnellon.  “People are able to properly dispose of unwanted pills, which in turn means they are not going to end up in our water supply or in the wrong hands.”  This will be the 11th time the Sheriff’s Office has teamed up with the DEA to collect pills.  Over the past ten events, more than 900 pounds of pills have been collected.  Sheriff Donnellon asks that you bring in your unwanted, unused or expired pills either in their original container or a baggie.  Just come inside the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, dump the pills from their container into the container provided.  Pills are the only medication that will be accepted.  No liquids, inhalers or syringes can be taken.  Once the pills are collected, they will be turned over to the (con't)
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