Detecting Mobile Meth Labs

By: Anna-Lysa Gayle Email
By: Anna-Lysa Gayle Email

R.U.S.H drug task force leaders want you to know what to look out for.
The Harrisonburg Police Department says officers found the mobile meth lab after receiving a phone call for possible explosions.
Some of the items the R.U.S.H drug task force found in the care includes things like iodized salt, brake fluid and tubes.
They say these are the types of things consistent with meth labs.
The R.U.S.H drug task force wants you to be aware of warning signs associated with such mobile meth labs.
Things like an isolated car in a parking lot and possibly explosions within it.
If you'd like to schedule a class with the task force to learn how to detect such things, call the office at 540--434--1229.


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