Get Rid of Unused Prescriptions Saturday

The press release below from the McHenry County Department of Public Health lists where you can turn in unused prescription drugs this Saturday. You may remember that Democratic Party Coroner candidate David Bachmann surfaced the idea in Ocbober, 2007, in … Continue reading

Chicago Federal Judge: “It’s Not Business as Usual to Bribe Public Officials”

A press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office: NEBRASKA EXECUTIVE SENTENCED TO 21 MONTHS IN PRISON FOR FEDERAL BRIBERY CONSPIRACY WITH FORMER CHICAGO ALDERMAN CHICAGO — The head of a large Nebraska-based prescription medication provider was sentenced today to 21 … Continue reading

CL Police Department Announces Drug Take-Back Saturday

A press release from the Crystal Lake Police Department: The Crystal Lake Police Department is partnering again with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for their National Prescription Drug Take-Back Event, April 28th. On April 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 … Continue reading

Widespread Participation in DEA Prescription Drug Drop-Off

An idea I first heard in the fall of 2007 from Democratic Party candidate for County Coroner David Bachmann is taking over big time under the DEA’s leadership. I first noticed the DEA program in New Jersey in September, 2010.. … Continue reading

Dave Bachmann Tells How His Excess Prescription Drug Collection Idea Got Noticed by the DEA and How Jack Franks Dropped the Ball

Yesterday I posted a story about the Huntley Police Department’s participating in in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s prescription drug collection program. Crystal Lake is, too. Maybe there are other local police departments who have signed on as drop off points … Continue reading

Crystal Lake Police Participating in DEA Prescription Drug Turn In, Too

Earlier this afternoon, I posted an article announcing the Huntley Police Department’s providing a drop off point for the DEA’s “National Take-Back Day”. Now, a press release has been received from the Crystal Lake Police Department giving details for its … Continue reading