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Unwanted Medication Disposal Day sites set

Those who wish to dispose of expired or unwanted medication have a number of options Friday.

The Allen County Sheriff’s Department announced Tuesday that pills in their original bottles or packages (no liquids) can be dropped off between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Friday at the following Walgreens stores:

  • 5830 N. Clinton St. at St. Joe Center Road.
  • 6202 W. Jefferson Blvd. at Getz Road.
  • 6730 Bluffton Road at Lower Huntington Road.
  • 330 W. State Blvd. at Wells Street.
  • 907 Lincoln Highway West at Brookwood (New Haven).
  • 10170 Maysville Road at Chapel Ridge.
  • 1701 E. Paulding Road at South Anthony Boulevard.
  • 1610 W. Cook Road at Lima Road.
  • 5435 E. Dupont Road at Tonkel Road.
  • 10211 Chestnut Plaza Drive at Scott Road (Chestnut Hills).
  • 11932 Lima Road at Carroll Road.
  • 10412 Coldwater Road at Dupont Road.
  • 2410 Coliseum Blvd. N. at East State Boulevard.
  • 6201 Stellhorn Road at Maplecrest Road.
Pills may also be dropped off at any time at:

  • Indiana State Police Post, 5811 Ellison Road.
  • Huntertown Town Hall.
  • Edwin J. Rousseau Centre Lobby.
  • New Haven Police (815 Lincoln Highway E.).