After busting 163 meth labs a decade ago, Franklin County investigators are on a pace to bust fewer than 20 this year. But, the head of the county’s Narcotics Enforcement Unit says that doesn’t mean fewer people are using methamphetamine.
One detective is concerned with the bill because it contains flawed wording, and many oversights that appear to decriminalize the purchase of large amounts of pseudoephedrine.
Franklin County is one of the top meth-producing counties in the top meth-producing state in the nation, but that appears to be changing.
On one side will be the executive director of Show-Me Cannabis; on the other is president of the Missouri Narcotics Officers Association.
Sergeant Jason Grellner, Past President of the Narcotics Officers Association says authorities are trying to curb the trend of loading hash and honey oils, extracted from marijuana into electronic cigarettes, and then smoking them in public.
70 communities across Missouri have pseudoepehdrine laws and Franklin County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Jason Grellner says meth production has dropped significantly in those areas.
FCSD deputies to star in reality TV series.
Brad Jones, State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business, and Jim Henderson, President of Dynamic Sales Company, Inc., join the show to talk about Small Businesses for Sensible Regulations. With the manufacture of […]
Charlie talks with the Rev. Larry Rice who wants the homeless at the Galleria; with Sgt. Jason Grellner of Franklin County, MO, about a woman cooking meth at a local WalMart; with Bob Edgar of Common Cause and Chuck DeVore of the TX Public Policy about ALEC; and with STL Sculptor Harry Weber about today’s Dred and Harriet Scott statue dedication.