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8:00 PM, Jan. 31, 2013
Fond du Lac Police Department Officer Steve Olson checks bags of pills removed from the prescription drop-off box outside the department at Rees and Main streets earlier this month.
Fond du Lac Police Department Officer Steve Olson checks bags of pills removed from the prescription drop-off box outside the department at Rees and Main streets earlier this month.
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To help curb prescription drug abuse and provide safe disposal of old drugs in Fond du Lac, a 24-hour permanent drug drop box was established in the city in 2008.

"We were seeing an increase in the rate of students being expelled or suspended for sharing or selling prescription medications," said Janet Lloyd, Drug Free Communities Grant coordinator in Fond du Lac.

The box was a project of a Leadership Fond du Lac program, a program established through the Fond du Lac Association of Commerce. It is located outside the Fond du Lac Police Department, 126 N. Main St. ...

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