Record Amount Of Drugs Collected

It’s obvious from the results that this is a needed program......the words from Onalaska Police Officer Jason Jobe as he summed last weekend's drug drop off program which was held at 3 different sites in the area. A record 1200 pounds of medications and controlled substances were dropped over.......some coming in zip lock freezer baggies. But Jobe says that was nothing.

The La Crosse County location collected over 60 pounds and the Viterbo location collected over 40 and that’s just the controlled substances. The final tally was 1,279 pounds collected, that’s just outstanding says Jobe.

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