The Rehoboth Police Department in conjunction with the United States Drug Enforcement Administration will be hosting the 2nd “Prescription Drug Take Back Program” at the Rehoboth Police Department located at 334 Anawan Street, Rehoboth, Ma. on Saturday April 30, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Any citizen from any community may drop off prescription drugs during this take back program with no questions asked. All citizens have to do is drive up in front of police headquarters and hand the prescription drugs to the officers on hand and drive off. Rehoboth Police Officers and Agents from the DEA will be on hand to accept the prescription drugs and they will be incinerated under the direction of the DEA. This event will remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from our community and will dispose of them properly. Rehoboth PD collaborated with DEA for the first time for this program in September of 2010 and achieved tremendous success in safely disposing of these unused prescription drugs. I would like to encourage all Rehoboth residents and those of nearby communities to check their medicine cabinets or shelves for unused or expired medications. This will help us to ensure that prescription medications will not make it onto the streets and into the wrong hands. Sergeant Mark Rossi will be coordinating this event for the Rehoboth Police Department. This is part of a national event taking place around the country on April 30th. Your support for this program is encouraged and greatly appreciated.