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Local public-private partnership gets 80 pounds of prescription pills out of the community

Thursday, March 1, 2018  
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The steady flow of community members streaming into the LAFCU Mason Branch and three other business locations in Ingham County Friday, Feb. 16, to drop off unwanted prescription pills produced excellent results in the fight against opioid abuse.

Ingham County Deputy Merle Seymour, left, and Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth, right, pose with the LAFCU Mason Branch staff before heading to LAFCU’s South Lansing Branch, the next location of the Prescription Pill Drop-off event.

More than 80 pounds of unused and expired prescription pills were collected during the Prescription Pill Drop-off.

The sheriff and a deputy collected unused and expired prescription pills at the LAFCU Mason and South Lansing branches, as well as at UPSTREAM Investment Partners LLC and Abood Law Firm in East Lansing.

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