Rolling meth labs on rise in Ga.
Drug incidents jump 75% and mixing ingredients can lead to explosions
By Andria Simmons
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
CONYERS, Ga. — Rolling meth labs are so dangerous that a person might as well be driving with a bomb on board.
That's why police recently evacuated a swath of downtown Conyers, closed an elementary school and shut down a stretch of road late last month when police discovered ingredients used to make meth in the back of a pickup truck.
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