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Have you taken down a rolling meth lab? Have you seen something new in narcotics concealment? We're compiling the latest information regarding developments in drug interdiction for a future article and want to include your input.

Add your comments to today's article from Lt. Andrew Hawkes or e-mail us with your observations.

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