Kansas Police Scour Rural Areas For Meth Labs

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By austind03 on June 14, 2018

Douglas Kelly, Police Test Meth Quality, Man Sues Drug Dealer, Putnam County Sheriff's Office

PRATT, KS – FEBRUARY 18: Deputy Sheriff Kirk Ives holds two examples of methamphetamine taken on a bust in the evidence room on February 18, 2005 at the Pratt County Sheriffs office in Pratt, Kansas. The Pratt County sheriff office has over 700 square acres of rural land to patrol on a daily basis looking for any kind of methamphetamine substances such as trash or labs.

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