Tacoma police are hosting a DEA-sponsored prescription drug dropoff Oct. 22 at four of its substations to keep prescription drugs, such as OxyContin, from being thrown out in the garbage, flushed down the toilet or abused, according to a news release.
Tacoma police are hosting a DEA-sponsored prescription drug dropoff Oct. 22 at four of its substations to keep prescription drugs, such as OxyContin, from being thrown out in the garbage, flushed down the toilet or abused, according to a news release. Toby Talbot Associated Press file, 2013
Tacoma police are hosting a DEA-sponsored prescription drug dropoff Oct. 22 at four of its substations to keep prescription drugs, such as OxyContin, from being thrown out in the garbage, flushed down the toilet or abused, according to a news release. Toby Talbot Associated Press file, 2013

Have unwanted prescription pills? Tacoma police will take them

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