2014-05-10 / News

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Hebron Police Officer Travis Shanaberg dumps unused prescription drugs at the April 26 Rx Collect event. More than 250 pounds of expired or unused prescription and over-thecounter mediations were dropped off at five locations in Licking County. Statewide collections totaled 28,466 pounds. A total of 23 pounds from 28 vehicles were received during the 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. drop-off at the Hebron Police station. Hebron’s collection was significantly higher than the previous collection event. A secure collection box is available year round in the Hebron Police station lobby. The lobby is open during normal business hours. For after hours drop-offs, call Hebron Police at 928-9402 and ask for an officer to meet you at the station. Beacon photo by Charles Prince. Hebron Police Officer Travis Shanaberg dumps unused prescription drugs at the April 26 Rx Collect event. More than 250 pounds of expired or unused prescription and over-thecounter mediations were dropped off at five locations in Licking County. Statewide collections totaled 28,466 pounds. A total of 23 pounds from 28 vehicles were received during the 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. drop-off at the Hebron Police station. Hebron’s collection was significantly higher than the previous collection event. A secure collection box is available year round in the Hebron Police station lobby. The lobby is open during normal business hours. For after hours drop-offs, call Hebron Police at 928-9402 and ask for an officer to meet you at the station. Beacon photo by Charles Prince.

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