Suspect a meth lab?

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What to do if you think someone in your neighborhood is making meth

By Sara Manifold, Community Editor

According to Posey County Narcotics Unit Supervisor Kenny Rose, signs of a meth lab include the smell of ammonia or ether, altered LP tanks, or gas grill tanks that look like the valves have been altered, often found in yards; soda bottles with tubing; and blacked-out windows with either foil, heavy covering or painted. Rose said other signs include heavy traffic to and from the house with quick visits at odd hours.
Other indicators, provided by the Drug Enforcement Agency include:

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