Always good to see the excellent P.R. for Indiana in the NYT:
With Cars as Meth Labs, Evidence Litters Roads
ELKHART, Ind. — The toxic garbage, often in clumps, blends in easily with the more mundane litter along rural roads and highways here: used plastic water bottles, old tubing, dirty gloves, empty packs of medicine. But it is a nuisance with truly explosive potential, and evidence of something more than simply a disregard for keeping the streets clean…
Law enforcement officials in several states say that addicts and dealers have become expert at making methamphetamine on the move, often in their cars, and they discard their garbage and chemical byproducts as they go, in an effort to destroy evidence and evade the police.
Wow, cooking meth in a moving car! SO much worse than texting!
A friend (let’s just say that the frogs think of him as Dr. Moreau) comments, “You need to get with it: community gardens are so ’00s. Mobile meth chefs and their smurfer guests are at the locavore cutting edge.”