I was disturbed to read two health-related articles in the News-Review last week: one involving the charges against physician assistant Michael Troyan for illegally selling oxycodone pills and the other concerning the state’s shutdown of Health Republic, an insurance company. READ
The Riverhead Police Department collected more than 100 pounds of prescriptions and over-the-counter medications during a “drug take-back” day Saturday.
The Riverhead Police Department is hosting a free drug collection day this Saturday for residents to safely get rid of unwanted, unused or expired prescription medication. (more…)
The Riverhead Police Department is hosting a drug disposal event today in honor of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Police, partnered with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, will be accepting medications from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Riverhead Police Department, located at 210 Howell Avenue.
“All citizens are encouraged to check their medications and turn in expired or unwanted drugs. Doing so only ensures the safety of you and your family. It also protects the environment from the harmful effects of improper disposal,” Riverhead Police said in a release.
Medications can also be returned to Peconic Bay Medical Center and the New York State Police at 234 Riverleigh Avenue.
A 28-year-old Northampton woman was arrested early Monday after cops found her carrying heroin and oxycodone pills in Flanders, Southampton Town police said.
Katielynne Moriarty is facing a seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance charge, a misdemeanor, after her arrest shortly after 1 a.m. at the dead-end of Evergreen Road, where an investigation found her in possession of heroin and the pain pills, officials said.
She was taken to Southampton Town Police Headquarters where she was held for an arraignment.