People who have old, expired, or unneeded prescription drugs in their medicine cabinet have the opportunity to get rid of them safely.
It's called "Pills Can Kill," and it's the third prescription medication turn-in event in Carteret County. This Saturday, from ten to two, lawmen will be at all Food Lions in Carteret County to collect prescription medication you don't need anymore. The sheriff says you name won't be recorded when you turn in the medicines. However, officials ask you bring the medicine in it's prescription bottle so they can document the drugs they collect.
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