Safe drug disposal held


Taylor Sphwarzman, left, of Sidney, turns in expired or unneeded prescription drugs to Sgt. Rob Jameson at the Sidney Police Department Saturday, Oct. 24 morning. The DEA Drug Take Back Program is in itճ 2nd year.

Taylor Sphwarzman, left, of Sidney, turns in expired or unneeded prescription drugs to Sgt. Rob Jameson at the Sidney Police Department Saturday, Oct. 24 morning. The DEA Drug Take Back Program is in itճ 2nd year.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Taylor Sphwarzman, left, of Sidney, turns in expired or unneeded prescription drugs to Sgt. Rob Jameson at the Sidney Police Department Saturday, Oct. 24 morning. The DEA Drug Take Back Program is in itճ 2nd year.

Taylor Sphwarzman, left, of Sidney, turns in expired or unneeded prescription drugs to Sgt. Rob Jameson at the Sidney Police Department Saturday, Oct. 24 morning. The DEA Drug Take Back Program is in itճ 2nd year.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/10/web1_SDN102720SidneyPills.jpgTaylor Sphwarzman, left, of Sidney, turns in expired or unneeded prescription drugs to Sgt. Rob Jameson at the Sidney Police Department Saturday, Oct. 24 morning. The DEA Drug Take Back Program is in itճ 2nd year. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News