Robertson County Fighting To Save Lives With Drug Take-Back Program

Robertson County Fighting To Save Lives With Drug Take-Back Program

GREENBRIER TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The Household Pharmaceutical Take-Back Program placed its last box in the city of Greenbrier on August 4, 2020, at noon.

Smokey Barn News was there to capture the formal unveiling of the new dropbox that is designed to keep prescription drugs off the streets and out of our waterways.

“This is a big step as a community because we all know as a community we have to work our way through drug prevention,” Springfield Police Sgt Carlos Haynes.

This box represents 1 of 357 boxes in the state of Tennessee.

BOX ONE: Greenbrier Police Station W. College St. MAP

BOX TWO: Robertson County Jail Lobby Springfield 5th Ave MAP

BOX THREE: Robertson County Sheriff’s Office Lobby Brown St Springfield MAP

L-R Judge Joel Perry-Pastor Ron Baptiste-US Army Staff Sgt. Kevin Barton-US Air Force Staff Sgt Empathy Guerin-Air Force Staff Sgt. Rashad Wilson- Springfield Police Sgt Carlos Haynes- Greenbrier Police Chief Randy Pack-Greenbrier City Administrator Rachel Slusser-United Way Asailio “Ace” Timmermeier-Walmart Michael Tayler-US Army LT Scott Teal-Robertson County Schools Teno Geritano