Identifying a methamphetamine lab
Staff Reports, Hartselle Enquirer
In the past, methamphetamine labs were usually found in rural areas. Because they generate strong odors, meth manufacturers felt safer in remote areas.
Those times have changed, however, with more meth being made in urban areas, including mobile labs in outbuildings and cars.
As the drugs' popularity continues to increase, law enforcement officials are reporting higher number of illegal meth labs.
Signs of a meth lab
If you think you're living near a meth lab, call the Hartselle Police Department at 773-5402 or the Morgan County Sheriff's Office at 778-6100.