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Police warn of dangers in the woods from discarded methamphetamine trash

October 22, 2011

An unidentified Indiana State Police officer displays what police call a typical “one-pot” method methamphetamine lab, made from a plastic soda pop bottle and plastic tubing. — Photo contributed

FORT WAYNE — With hunting season in full swing throughout Indiana, Indiana State Police are warning hunters to be on the lookout for trash left behind by those who have manufactured methamphetamine.
The Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Section issued a reminder to citizens that this trash may contain chemicals that are toxic, flammable, corrosive and acidic.
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