Wakulla County, FL - September 18, 2012
Three Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office deputies will take part in a Drug Take Back Day Saturday, Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in Panacea, Wakulla Station and Crawfordville.
The deputies will collect unwanted medications from members of the community. The medications will be collected for safe destruction to keep them from harming the environment or falling into the wrong hands.
The collections from Drug Take Back Day will be added to unwanted medications collected at the secure drop off bin in the WCSO lobby in Crawfordville. All of the narcotics are turned over to the Drug Enforcement Agency for proper disposal.
The three collection sites will include: Crum’s Mini Mall in Panacea; the Kangaroo convenience store in Wakulla Station; and the Wakulla County Health Department in Crawfordville. The collection sites are in addition to citizens having the WCSO collection bin available to them 24 hours per day in the WCSO lobby.
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