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New Trailer Bought for Kosciusko County Meth Investigations

WARSAW, Ind. (WOWO): Meth continues to be a problem in Kosciusko County, but officials there hope they can start solving the meth problem quicker.

Authorities from Kosciusko County will now have a trailer that can be used to respond quicker to meth labs and render them safe faster. The Warsaw Police Department says the trailer will be used to clean up and collect evidence from meth labs in the county, as opposed to waiting two to four hours for Indiana State Police officers from Bremen or Lowell to respond.

The trailer will be made available to agencies throughout the county. Officers in Warsaw and Winona Lake recently completed training on Quantico, Virginia in order to get the trailer.

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