Meth tracking system doesn't help Tenn. police
The findings echo repeated complaints and criticism of the system by law-enforcement officers statewide
By Matt Lakin
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The law catches the cooks but can't stop them — not so far.
Enhanced electronic tracking of ingredients at the pharmacy counter has made barely a dent in Tennessee's methamphetamine production, according to a study released Thursday by the Tennessee Comptroller's Office.
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