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While other drug problems present a huge problem for our community, it may be that no drug is as damaging as methamphetamine. Meth use and production of the toxic drug has increased dramatically in the past few years. In 2008 there were 428 meth labs, in 2009 there were741 labs and in 2010 there were 1078 labs. The meth problem is growing at an alarming rate.
Meth is most likely the most addictive drug available; some experts feel that the addiction rate is 95-99% for first time users. If you know someone that us using meth it is important to encourage them to seek help as soon as possible, as the drug has the potential to quickly destroy the user. It is also important that the community inform law enforcement of suspicions activity. Often drug crimes are solved because of community input.
If you need additional information about meth, please contact our department at 338-3345. You may also find informative photos of meth and meth related items on our facebook page. In addition, there is valuable information about meth at: