Medicine cabinet filled up? Johns Creek police want your unused drugs

Got drugs? The Johns Creek Police Department wants them.

No, really.

As part of a federal initiative, Johns Creek police will participate in National Drug Take Back Day on April 29. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. that Saturday, metro Atlanta residents can take their unwanted and expired prescription drugs to the Target in Johns Creek at 5950 State Bridge Road.

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There, police will be set up and accepting expired, unwanted or excess substances and medicines. Residents can dump their drugs anonymously. 

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Last year, Johns Creek police collected almost 1,000 pounds worth of unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs, said Mashusudana Meberg, a spokesperson for Johns Creek police.

For more information, contact Johns Creek police at 678-474-1607.

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