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Madison Police to hold 'Drug Take Back' day

Residents will be able to safely dispose of unused and expired medications on Saturday at Madison City Hall. (Graphic: MGN Online) Residents will be able to safely dispose of unused and expired medications on Saturday at Madison City Hall. (Graphic: MGN Online)
MADISON, AL (WAFF) -

Police in Madison will hold a Drug Take Back day for residents to safely dispose of unused or expired prescription medications.

Officers will be at Madison City Hall on Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon collecting items.

All medications collected will be safely destroyed.

Volunteers ask that you remove any personal information off the pill bottles first. 

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