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Lebanon Police have prescription drug drop box

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By Stephen Lega

Marion County residents have a new option to dispose of unused prescription medicine
Starting Feb. 20, a drop box will be placed in the lobby of the Lebanon Police Department. Anyone who would like to dispose of unwanted prescription medication is encouraged and welcome to leave it in the drop box.
The drop box will be available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, according to the police department, 124 W. Mulberry Street.
The following items can be placed in the drop box:
- Expired or unwanted prescription medicine
- Over-the-counter medicines


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