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Drug Collection Program Nets More Than 230 Pounds

August 23, 2012, 4:29 PM

Drug Collection Program Nets More Than 230 Pounds
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

Hundreds of pounds in prescription drugs and needles are no longer in danger of getting into the wrong hands thanks to a Sioux Falls prescription drug take back program.

Sioux Falls Police say the program, which began last June, has now taken in more than 236 pounds of unused or outdated prescription drugs and enough unused syringes to fill a five-gallon container.

The program was designed to give city residents a safe way to dispose of such items and eliminate access to potentially dangerous and addictive drugs that could be abused by others.

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