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TOP LEFT: The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office participated in National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday. Area residents brought in approximately 125 pounds of medications that are no longer needed or have expired for environmentally safe disposal. The sheriff’s office has a disposal container that is available to accept prescription and over the counter medications anytime of the year. Pictured above at the container inside the criminal investigations entrance of the Judicial Center are Sheriff Jim Ruth, Chief Deputy W.G. Campbell, and Capt. David Shoemaker. Medications surrendered for disposal are collected periodically by personnel from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
TOP RIGHT: Fifth grade students at Tennessee Christian Preparatory School submitted letters of appreciation to first responders, law enforcement, and firefighters. The students above stopped by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office to drop off their letters and some cookies to Sheriff Jim Ruth (FL) and Chief Deputy W.G. Campbell (FR). The students who also prepared the sign they are holding are (L to R) Collin Newman, Jeremiah Augustine, Conner Graham and Eric Alvarado. Standing behind them are Sheriff Ruth, Courtnie Graham, Michelle Augustine and Campbell.
Joel Reece, Deputy Director for Tennessee of the Appalachia High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, and Bradley County Sheriff Jim Ruth. (Click here for story)