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BCSO announces 'Drug Take Back' program


In conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), law enforcement personnel with the Bandera County Sheriff's Office will participate in the "Drug Take Back Program" from 10 am until 2 pm, Saturday, April 27.
At that time, county residents may turn in potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. This free disposal system is designed to prevent pill abuse and theft.
This will mark the sixth such program in three years. As always, the service will be conducted anonymously.
The public is urged to bring their prescription medications for disposal to these locations:
• Lakehills Area Library 7200 FM 1283 • Bandera City Hall 511 Main Street
• Medina Community Library 13948 Highway 16 North
• Vanderpool Volunteer Fire Department 32647 Highway 187 North
For more information o "Drug Take Back," call the BCSO at 830-7960-4323.