Published: Feb 10, 2011 9:20 PM EST
Updated: Feb 10, 2011 6:20 PM EST

LEE COUNTY- Day 4 of a 5 day Operation Medicine Cabinet event just wrapped with amazing results!

So far the citizens of Lee County have turned in:

Pills-183,673

Ointments/Creams-294

Patches-1,434

Syringes-12,115

Inhalers-167

Liquids-1,040

The oldest prescription turned in so far is from 1971!

If you were unable to attend one of the events this week you have one more opportunity to drop off any old and unused prescriptions, pet medications and syringes on Saturday, February 12th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Old Navy located in Page Field Commons. Located at 4995 South Cleveland Avenue, Ft. Myers, FL 33907.

At this location we will have many displays and vendors such as the Lee County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit, K-9 Unit, Abby Services, K-consulting, Brookdale Senior Living, Department of Environmental Protection, Lee Elder Abuse Prevention Partnership, Delta Family Counseling, Mobile Veterinarian, Lee Memorial Blood Mobile, McGruff the Crime Dog, The American Red Cross and much, much more.

The Lee County Sheriff's Office is partnering with the Florida Crime Prevention Association, K-consulting, Abby Services, Brookdale Senior Living, CVS Pharmacy, and Old Navy for "Operation Medicine Cabinet", the latest installment of the Pharmaceutical Take Back Program.

There is no cost to turn in your medications and all participants will remain anonymous.