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Saturday's Drug Take Back Huge Success
Saturday's Drug Take Back Huge Success

There were "drug take backs" all over Tennessee on Saturday, and the DEA event that was at the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office, 940 New Salem Highway, took-in 220 pounds of unused, expired and unwanted prescriptions.

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Drug TAKE BACK Is This Saturday
Drug TAKE BACK Is This Saturday

Dispose of your unused prescription medications safely by dropping the drugs off from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Sheriff's Office in Murfreesboro or TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center in Smyrna.

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"Drug Take Back" 8AM-Noon Saturday At MPD

There will be a "Drug Take Back" event starting at 8:00 o'clock this Saturday morning and continuing until noon in the rear of the Murfreesboro Police Annex Building.

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Drug Take Back in Murfreesboro
Drug Take Back in Murfreesboro

Sgt. Kyle Evans confirmed that drugs like crack, marijuana, synthetics will also be accepted with no questions asked. No information will be recorded from those who drop off illegal drugs or prescription drugs.

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Over 1,000 die annually from drug overdoses in Tennessee
Over 1,000 die annually from drug overdoses in Tennessee

"Misuse of pain medicines is the number one drug problem for Tennesseans..."

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How did the
How did the "Gun Buy Back" / "Drug Take Back" go in Murfreesboro?

On Saturday, April 26, 2014 the Murfreesboro Police Department had what they called a very successful combined “Drug Take Back” and “Gun Buy Back” special event. 

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MTSU, Murfreesboro Police and St. Thomas All Participating in Prescription Drug Take Back - Guns Also Taken with City Police
MTSU, Murfreesboro Police and St. Thomas All Participating in Prescription Drug Take Back - Guns Also Taken with City Police
This event allows the MTSU community and general public the opportunity to dispose of expired or unneeded prescriptions and over-the-counter medications responsibly, said Lisa Schrader, director of MTSU Health Promotion. A little more than 29 pounds was collected in the April take-back event.
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Prescription Drug Collections Being Done On Saturday to Help Lessen Prescription Drug Abuse
Prescription Drug Collections Being Done On Saturday to Help Lessen Prescription Drug Abuse
Prescription drugs can be dropped off at the La Vergne City Hall, MTSU Health Services office and at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital on Saturday.
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Thieves are Currently After Your Medicine Cabinet - Did You Know That?
Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold tells WGNS that thieves are after what may be in your medicine cabinet. 
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Drug Take Back / Gun Buy Back Postponed
The Murfreesboro Police Drug Take Back and Gun Buy Back, schedule for this weekend, has been postponed again due to the soggy forecast.
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Drug Take Back Events Scheduled
A campus collaboration has led to a first-time prescription drug take-back collection event at MTSU this week. There will also be a community take-back event at MTMC Saturday.
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