Cooking Up Meth in Hotel Rooms

Cooking Up Meth in Hotel Rooms

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Pictured at left are empty boxes of nasal decongestant antihistamine that drug enforcement officials found in a trashcan in an Atlanta suburb. Meth is the one of the major drug problems in the community, and detectives believe the cold medicine, which contains pseudoephedrine -- a key ingredient in meth -- was used to make the drug. There is now a nationwide ban on over-the-counter pseudoephedrine pills due to the meth problem. (Courtesy of Detective Jesse Hambrick of the Douglas County Police Force, Douglas County, Georgia)
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