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Drug Take-Back Day to prevent prescription pill abuse

(Toledo News Now) -

Local law enforcement and the Drug Enforcement Agency are teaming up to prevent prescription drug abuse.

The event is happening on April 27th, 10am to 2pm at the Police Station on 4420 King Rd. in Sylvania. Wednesday, we're showing you how it all works so you can get rid of any unwanted pills you may have hiding in your medicine cabinet.

The drug disposal is part of National Take-Back Day, an initiative happening across the country.

Learb more about the event here. [PDF]

Organizers say the free service is completely anonymous, and personal information should be removed from all materials prior to arrival.

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