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Operation Medicine Cabinet: Dunedin

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Dunedin

Pinellas County, Florida -- The Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit is gearing up for its fifth installment of "Operation Medicine Cabinet" with 15 drop off sites throughout the county and one extended program - mobile collection location. The event is set for April 30, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The event is an opportunity for citizens to safely discard unused or expired prescription medications and is a multi-agency effort aimed at addressing the problem of prescription drug abuse and keeping a clean environment.

The theory behind this voluntary surrender of old medications is to keep them from hitting the streets. 

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Clearwater

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Clearwater

Pinellas County, Florida -- The Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit is gearing up for its fifth installment of "Operation Medicine Cabinet" with 15 drop off sites throughout the county and one extended program - mobile collection location. The event is set for April 30, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The event is an opportunity for citizens to safely discard unused or expired prescription medications and is a multi-agency effort aimed at addressing the problem of prescription drug abuse and keeping a clean environment.

The theory behind this voluntary surrender of old medications is to keep them from hitting the streets. 

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Gulfport

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Gulfport

Pinellas County, Florida -- The Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit is gearing up for its fifth installment of "Operation Medicine Cabinet" with 15 drop off sites throughout the county and one extended program - mobile collection location. The event is set for April 30, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The event is an opportunity for citizens to safely discard unused or expired prescription medications and is a multi-agency effort aimed at addressing the problem of prescription drug abuse and keeping a clean environment.

The theory behind this voluntary surrender of old medications is to keep them from hitting the streets. 

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Seminole

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Seminole

Pinellas County, Florida -- The Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit is gearing up for its fifth installment of "Operation Medicine Cabinet" with 15 drop off sites throughout the county and one extended program - mobile collection location. The event is set for April 30.

The event is an opportunity for citizens to safely discard unused or expired prescription medications and is a multi-agency effort aimed at addressing the problem of prescription drug abuse and keeping a clean environment.

The theory behind this voluntary surrender of old medications is to keep them from hitting the streets. 

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Pinellas Beaches

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Pinellas Beaches

Pinellas County, Florida -- The Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit is gearing up for its fifth installment of "Operation Medicine Cabinet" with 15 drop off sites throughout the county and one extended program - mobile collection location. The event is set for April 30, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The event is an opportunity for citizens to safely discard unused or expired prescription medications and is a multi-agency effort aimed at addressing the problem of prescription drug abuse and keeping a clean environment.

The theory behind this voluntary surrender of old medications is to keep them from hitting the streets. 

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Pinellas Park

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Pinellas Park

Pinellas County, Florida -- The Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit is gearing up for its fifth installment of "Operation Medicine Cabinet" with 15 drop off sites throughout the county and one extended program - mobile collection location. The event is set for April 30, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The event is an opportunity for citizens to safely discard unused or expired prescription medications and is a multi-agency effort aimed at addressing the problem of prescription drug abuse and keeping a clean environment.

The theory behind this voluntary surrender of old medications is to keep them from hitting the streets. 

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Safety Harbor

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Safety Harbor

Pinellas County, Florida -- The Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit is gearing up for its fifth installment of "Operation Medicine Cabinet" with 15 drop off sites throughout the county and one extended program - mobile collection location. The event is set for April 30, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The event is an opportunity for citizens to safely discard unused or expired prescription medications and is a multi-agency effort aimed at addressing the problem of prescription drug abuse and keeping a clean environment.

The theory behind this voluntary surrender of old medications is to keep them from hitting the streets.