Authorities will collect unwanted prescription drugs this weekend at sites around the state.
Police and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents will be accepting expired, unused and unwanted pills at several locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. All drugs will be accepted with no questions asked.
The last National Take-Back Day in April netted more than 276 tons of unwanted or expired medications for safe and proper disposal.
The last four take-back days combined totaled 774 tons of medication removed from the streets, according to the DEA website.
State Police will accept drop-offs at detachments in South Charleston, Winfield, Hamlin, Spencer, Huntington, Oak Hill, Logan and Beckley.
Residents can drop off drugs at Kanawha sheriff's detachments in St. Albans, Chelyan and Sissonville. Charleston police will be accepting drugs at Foodland in Kanawha City.
Capitol police will accept items at the state Attorney General's Office in the state Capitol Complex. Drugs also can be dropped off at the St. Albans Police Department.
In the outlying areas, Boone sheriff's deputies will be posted at John Slack Park in Racine and the Boone County Courthouse in Madison. Jackson deputies will be accepting items at City Hall in Ripley, at the Kenna Volunteer Fire Department and at Big Lots in Ravenswood.