NORFOLK-- According to the DEA, most of the drugs commonly abused by teenagers aren’t coming off the streets, they’re coming from the medicine cabinet.
In an effort to keep prescription drugs out of the wrong hands, several police departments in Hampton Roads announced details Friday for the DEA’s annual drug drop off.
You can drop off your prescription drugs on Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at various sites across Hampton Roads. All sites will be manned by trained narcotics officers.
Drop off locations in Virginia Beach:
First Precinct, 2509 Princess Anne Road (headquarters) 757-385-4377
Second Precinct, 820 Virginia Beach Blvd., (oceanfront) 757-385-2700
Third Precinct, 926 Independence Blvd., (Haygood) 757-385-2703
Fourth Precinct, 840 Kempsville Road 757-385-2800
Drop off locations in Norfolk:
2nd Patrol Division, 2500 N. Military Highway
Riverfest Colonial Place Festival, information tent, 640 Mayflower road
NPD Operations Center, 3661 e. Virginia Beach Blvd.
Click here for more information. For more locations contact your local police department.