A new tool is making it easier to safely dispose of unwanted prescription drugs.

A new tool is making it easier to safely dispose of unwanted prescription drugs!

People all around the country and throughout Maryland went through their medicine cabinets to get rid of old, unwanted medications. In Harford County, people went to the county administration building Saturday to drop off unused or expired medications. Saturday was National Prescription Drug Takeback Day. Harford County sheriff's Sgt. Aaron Penman said they collected nearly 250 pounds of drugs just an hour after the event began.

http://www.wbaltv.com/article/marylanders-ditch-prescription-drugs-on-takeback-day/20094279

This story, by Karen Campbell, was presented on WBAL-TV and published on the WBALTV.com website on April 28, 2018.

Endorsed by Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler and The Harford County Deputy Sheriff's Union

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