TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Drug collection! That’s the name of the game all across Northeast Kansas.
Law enforcement agencies will be hosting Drug Take Back Day, an annual event that saw 16 tons of unwanted prescription drugs collected in 2016.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office reported Saturday that they had collected 196 lbs of medications from people.
If you opt to clean out your medicine cabinet, you’ll find collection bins at the following locations:
JUNCTION CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
GENE’S HEARTLAND FOODS
WABAUNSEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
4TH FLOOR, WABAUNSEE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
ABILENE COMMUNITY CENTER
SOLDIER TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
TOPEKA POLICE DEPT.
LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER
PREVENTION AND RECOVERY SERVICES/SAFE STREETS
WESTSIDE COMMUNITY POLICE OFFICE
DEER CREEK RECREATION CENTER
EASTSIDE COMMUNITY POLICE OFFICE
SHAWNEE HEIGHTS FIRE DEPARTMENT
LION COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MARSHALL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
CLAY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MAPLE HILL CITY HALL
JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE