It was common not long ago in Kentucky for people to dump soft-drink bottles and other waste from homemade meth labs beside the road, creating a safety hazard.
It was common not long ago in Kentucky for people to dump soft-drink bottles and other waste from homemade meth labs beside the road, creating a safety hazard. Bill Estep Laurel County Sheriff’s Office
It was common not long ago in Kentucky for people to dump soft-drink bottles and other waste from homemade meth labs beside the road, creating a safety hazard. Bill Estep Laurel County Sheriff’s Office

Fewer small meth labs in Kentucky means reduced danger and cleanup costs, but abuse continues

November 25, 2016 11:27 AM

UPDATED November 25, 2016 05:37 PM

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