Getting rid of unwanted medicine


Shelby County Sheriff”s Office Chief Deputy Jim Frye empties the drug drop box located at the Sheriff’s Office. In August, the office received more than 60 pounds of discarded medication and have been averaging about 50 pounds per month for the entire year. This program allows the public to discard unwanted medication and by doing so it prevents medication from lying around and possibly getting into the wrong hands. The Sheriff’s Office encourages all citizens to properly dispose of unused or unwanted medication; the drug drop box is located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 555 Gearhart Road, Sidney and is open 24 hours a day.

Shelby County Sheriff”s Office Chief Deputy Jim Frye empties the drug drop box located at the Sheriff’s Office. In August, the office received more than 60 pounds of discarded medication and have been averaging about 50 pounds per month for the entire year. This program allows the public to discard unwanted medication and by doing so it prevents medication from lying around and possibly getting into the wrong hands. The Sheriff’s Office encourages all citizens to properly dispose of unused or unwanted medication; the drug drop box is located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 555 Gearhart Road, Sidney and is open 24 hours a day.


Shelby County Sheriff”s Office Chief Deputy Jim Frye empties the drug drop box located at the Sheriff’s Office. In August, the office received more than 60 pounds of discarded medication and have been averaging about 50 pounds per month for the entire year. This program allows the public to discard unwanted medication and by doing so it prevents medication from lying around and possibly getting into the wrong hands. The Sheriff’s Office encourages all citizens to properly dispose of unused or unwanted medication; the drug drop box is located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 555 Gearhart Road, Sidney and is open 24 hours a day.

Shelby County Sheriff”s Office Chief Deputy Jim Frye empties the drug drop box located at the Sheriff’s Office. In August, the office received more than 60 pounds of discarded medication and have been averaging about 50 pounds per month for the entire year. This program allows the public to discard unwanted medication and by doing so it prevents medication from lying around and possibly getting into the wrong hands. The Sheriff’s Office encourages all citizens to properly dispose of unused or unwanted medication; the drug drop box is located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 555 Gearhart Road, Sidney and is open 24 hours a day.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/09/web1_DrugBoxnew.jpgShelby County Sheriff”s Office Chief Deputy Jim Frye empties the drug drop box located at the Sheriff’s Office. In August, the office received more than 60 pounds of discarded medication and have been averaging about 50 pounds per month for the entire year. This program allows the public to discard unwanted medication and by doing so it prevents medication from lying around and possibly getting into the wrong hands. The Sheriff’s Office encourages all citizens to properly dispose of unused or unwanted medication; the drug drop box is located in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office at 555 Gearhart Road, Sidney and is open 24 hours a day.