KY State Police 'Take Back' 644 Pounds of Drugs

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/01/2012 7:38 pm
State Police netted 644 pounds of drugs Saturday.

But it wasn't a bust.

It was the 'Take Back' initiative.

State Police collected unwanted medicine at their 16 different posts.

The event came at the same time that Lexington was collecting unwanted drugs at 4 locations in the city.

That effort brought in 1,400 pounds of prescription medicine.

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