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.
Some hospitalized patients remain there up to six months with hospital costs sometimes exceeding one million dollars, often with no insurance.
Tommy Adams was sheriff of Carter County when the crimes allegedly occurred. He is accused of breaking into two homes. The arson charges allege that he set fire to his own home and two others
A St. Louis man was arrested by Vermont State Police after a raid of a suspected methamphetamine lab and is being charged of conspiracy to manufacture the drug.
“There are things that are just downright disgusting that people throw out from their cars that nobody would want to touch”
“Part of that inspection will be certainly examining to make sure there were no meth problems there,” Faith said.
A 41-year-old Topeka woman is charged with picking up a 7-pound package containing methamphetamine from a post office after law enforcement agents were tipped off the drugs would be there.
The lawsuit claims the program violates students’ Fourth Amendment rights against unlawful searches and seizures.
“Smurfing” involves people buying cold and allergy medicines containing the pseudoephedrine and selling them to meth makers.
In 2010, there were 53 meth lab busts in St. Louis County; last year there were 60. However, this year the number has topped 100.