Old Prescription Drugs……Get Rid of them Today

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disposeMUSCLE SHOALS-The Colbert County Drug Task Force is hosting a prescription drug drop-off for old drugs Saturday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Kmart, Woodward Avenue, Muscle Shoals

Curtis Burns, director of the Colbert County Drug Task Force, said the event isbeing held in conjunction with a safety day program Kmart in Muscle Shoals is conducting.

Kmart officials said law enforcement agencies and emergency personnel will be at the store passing out information on a variety of safety issues.

The Colbert County Drug Task Force has been in existence for over 20 years. The Task Force is composed of a Coordinator, Captain Curtis Burns and two agents,  Administrative Assistant. The task force has a Board of Directors that consists of the District Attorney – director; the Sheriff – Assistant Director; and the Chief of Police from six police departments.

The task force agents work all of Colbert County (600 square miles) which includes the cities of Muscle Shoals, Sheffield, Tuscumbia, Cherokee, Leighton, and Littleville. The Task Force agents work closely with other law enforcement agencies concerning drug activity and any other criminal activity.

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