585 pounds of unused and unwanted drugs turned in

Nov 10, 2022 | Communities

On Saturday, Oct. 29, 585 pounds of unused and unwanted prescription drugs were turned in to eight San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department locations as part of the 23rd nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
The sheriff’s department and the DEA appreciate the participation of the public who turned in unused or unwanted drugs.
A total of 62 pounds of prescription drugs was turned in at the Twin Peaks station. The totals at the seven other stations were: Barstow, five pounds; Central, 42; Chino Hills, 107; Highland, 95; Morongo Basin, 34; Rancho Cucamonga, 220; and Victorville, 20.
For information regarding upcoming Prescription Drug Take-Back Days, visit dea.gov/takebackday.


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