Tenn. Meth task force manned by retired cops
Director of the Tennessee Methamphetamine Task Force: "We're unique in the nation in that we train officers, give them back to their agencies and provide all the equipment for free. We get no funding from any state entity."
By Matt Lakin
Knoxville News Sentinel
CHATTANOOGA — The trucks roll up when the labs shut down.
The call might come at any hour from anywhere in the state — Mountain City to Memphis, Union City to Chattanooga — on anything from a one-pot to a superlab.
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