Spring DEA takeback proves successful

The Westshore Enforcement Bureau (WEB) Drug Task Force gratefully acknowledges the citizens of our six western suburbs for actively participating in the DEA’s semi-annual prescription drug collection event on Saturday, April 30, with 319 pounds of outdated and unwanted medications collected for safe disposal.

WEB urges our citizens to continue properly disposing of medications via the use of the 365/24/7 drop boxes located within each of the six police departments lobbies whenever the need arises. Citizens disposing of expired or unwanted medications assists in the purpose of protecting the environment and preventing the diversion of the pharmaceuticals to illegal activities.

The WEB Drug Task Force will continue to offer this valuable service to increase the safety and welfare of all Westshore families.

Noreen Kyle

WEB is the Westshore Enforcemt Bureau, a drug task force serving 6 Westshore Communities; Bay Village; Fairview Park; Lakewood; North Olmsted; Rocky River and Westlake. As School Prevention Specialsit working for WEB, I provide alcohol and drug prevention services for the middle and high school teens within the Westshore Schools.

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Volume 14, Issue 10, Posted 9:51 AM, 05.17.2022