The Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics is planning a
'Prescription Drug Take Back Day' and law enforcement agencies are assisting, including the Kemper County Sheriff's Department.
Leftover medications that are no longer needed will be accepted Aug. 9 at the participating agencies from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.
The agencies will safely dispose of these unneeded prescriptions.
▪Amite County Sheriff Department; 243 S. Broad Street, Liberty; phone 601-657-8057
▪Biloxi Police Department; 170 Porter Avenue, Biloxi; phone 228-435-6100
▪Clay County Sheriff Department; 330 W. Broad Street, West Point; phone 662-494-2896
▪Forrest County Sheriff Department; 316 Forrest Street, Hattiesburg; phone 601-544-7800
▪Grenada Police Department; 15 Main Street, Grenada; phone 662-227-3455
▪Guntown Community Center; 1571 Main Street, Guntown; phone MBN at 662-348-5000
▪Kemper County Sheriff Department; 330 Stennis Industrial Park Road, DeKalb; phone 601-743-2255
▪Panola County Sheriff Department; 200 Broadway Street, Batesville; phone 662-563-6230
▪Rankin County Sheriff Department; 221 Timber Street, Brandon; phone 601-825-1479
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