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Ridgefield Crossings Drug Take-Back A Success

The drug take-back event was run by, from left, Ridgefield Crossings Program Director Kerry Cardinal, Ridgefield Police Department Captain Jeff Kreitz, Resident Care Director Elizabeth Sorensen and Executive Director Bill Crawford
The drug take-back event was run by, from left, Ridgefield Crossings Program Director Kerry Cardinal, Ridgefield Police Department Captain Jeff Kreitz, Resident Care Director Elizabeth Sorensen and Executive Director Bill Crawford Photo Credit: Ridgefield CT Police Department on Facebook

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Family members and associates of seniors living at Ridgefield Crossings brought unwanted, unused and expired medications to a special collection event Tuesday, Feb. 16 at the complex.

The event was co-run by the Ridgefield Police Department and Ridgefield Crossings.

Residents are reminded that they may drop off prescription drugs at police headquarters, 76 East Ridge Road, in the lobby, 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

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