Meth labs re-emerge in south central Minnesota
MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — Drug agents in south central Minnesota say a new way of making methamphetamine has led to a resurgence of illegal labs.
Portable, mobile meth kitchens are easy for manufacturers to set up and use — and difficult for drug enforcement agents to find and shut down.
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