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Police Warn Hunters of ‘Meth Trash’

The state police are asking hunters who will be out in the woods more and more as we get closer to firearm deer season to watch out for meth trash. This is garbage that is left behind by tweakers after they’ve made their drug. Troopers say the trash is also very hazardous and you should avoid it at all costs. If you come across random cylinders found in the middle of a field or in a ditch line, or 1 or 2 liter bottles…don’t touch them and give state police a call.

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