Meth labs abundant this hunting season; makers of drug move into woods


By Judy Keen
USA Today

Hunters stalking deer and pheasant also are finding methamphetamine labs or their remnants in remote areas this fall.

Three Michigan hunters have discovered separate dumps of equipment and chemicals used to make the illegal drug, says State Police Lt. Chet Wilson. Hunters in Arkansas, Indiana and Tennessee have made similar finds.

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