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Pine Hill Police Departments Operation Take Back a Success

Pine Hill Police Department press release/October 28, 2013

Residents from Pine Hill and many surrounding communities participated in the October 26th, 2013 DEA Operation Take Back at the Pine Hill Police Administration Building. Over 103lbs of unused, unwanted, and/or expired medication was turned in, preventing the medication from being misused or falling into the hands of juveniles or individuals seeking their illicit use. 


The Pine Hill Police Department in conjunction with the Pine Hill Municipal Alliance has established a PERMANENT TAKE BACK LOCATION! 

Residents can legally dispose of un-wanted, unused, or expired medicine MONDAY – FRIDAY from 8:30AM – 4:00PM at the PINE HILL POLICE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 

Through the implementation of a permanent drug collection unit, our community has the opportunity to help keep excess prescription and over the counter medication out of the hands of our youth through safe and secure disposal. 

The Pine Hill PD would like to thank everyone who participated in this event and made our community that much safer!

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