The Simsbury News (Simsbury, CT) January 27, 2012
"To assist citizens and discourage theft, Simsbury has become of one of just eight towns in Connecticut to offer police disposal of unwanted prescription drugs. Flushing unwanted drugs at home is ill-advised, in that they can eventually pollute the water stream.
Under constant camera surveillance and bolted to the floor in the police station lobby, the drug lock box will be accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, according to Simsbury Police Chief Peter N. Ingvertsen.
'There will be no request for names or addresses,' Ingversten said after the Jan. 23 board of selectmen meeting, where he made a presentation about the drug lock box." Read More