Heflin police participating in prescription drug t...
by Laura Camper
news@cleburnenews.com
03:44 PM, Wednesday, April 23
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., officers will accept expired and unwanted prescription pills or patches – no liquid medicines or syringes - at the Heflin Police Department at 174 Bell Street, said Sgt. Kevin Turley by email.

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