GPD drug drop off a success

Greenville Police Department Detective Eric Roberts (left) and Greenville Police Chief Dennis Butts (right) display five months’ worth of drugs dropped off at the department’s drug collection box. Butts said he is “very pleased” with the success of the program and hopes others will take advantage of this safe method of medication disposal. The box is located in the Greenville Police Department’s front lobby, which is open 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. Anyone wishing to drop off drugs may do so at any time with no questions asked. All drugs collected are destroyed.

Greenville Police Department Detective Eric Roberts (left) and Greenville Police Chief Dennis Butts (right) display five months’ worth of drugs dropped off at the department’s drug collection box. Butts said he is “very pleased” with the success of the program and hopes others will take advantage of this safe method of medication disposal. The box is located in the Greenville Police Department’s front lobby, which is open 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. Anyone wishing to drop off drugs may do so at any time with no questions asked. All drugs collected are destroyed.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/web1_Drugs-0004-WEB.jpgGreenville Police Department Detective Eric Roberts (left) and Greenville Police Chief Dennis Butts (right) display five months’ worth of drugs dropped off at the department’s drug collection box. Butts said he is “very pleased” with the success of the program and hopes others will take advantage of this safe method of medication disposal. The box is located in the Greenville Police Department’s front lobby, which is open 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. Anyone wishing to drop off drugs may do so at any time with no questions asked. All drugs collected are destroyed. Erik Martin | The Daily Advocate