BOSTON — Executive Director Allie Hunter and Co-Founder and Board Chair John Rosenthal of the Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) along with Massachusetts State Police Colonel Christopher Mason would like to invite the public as they collaborate to host a drug take back and educational event in recognition of National Drug Take Back Day.
PEPPERELL — Chief David Scott is pleased to announce that the Pepperell Police Department turned in 143 pounds of unused medication following National Drug Take Back Day.
STONEHAM — Chief James McIntyre is very pleased to report that the Stoneham Police Department, working once again in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), disposed of 189 pounds of unwanted and unneeded prescription medications during National Drug Take Back Day last month.
Chief Patrick Keefe reports that the Andover Police Department arrested a man yesterday on drugs and weapons charges.
Chief Brian P. Levesque reports that the Dartmouth Police Department’s prescription drug take back program has seen increased success so far this year.
IPSWICH — Chief Paul Nikas is pleased to announce that the Ipswich Police Department and Ipswich Aware are teaming up to host a Prescription Drug Take Back Day and Touch-A-Truck event later this month.
The Stoneham Police Department, in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), disposed of 187 pounds of prescription medications.
Bridgewater Police, in cooperation with the DEA, will participate in National Drug Take Back Day on April 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the police station.
The Bedford Police Department will host a National Drug Take Back Day event in conjunction with the DEA.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that arrest warrants have been issued for two men after an alleged drug manufacturing operation was uncovered when police officers and firefighters responded to a house fire last week.