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Mon November 19, 2012
Ky. State Police See 'All-Time High' in Meth Labs
Kentucky State Police officials say they’ve seen an all-time high of meth labs in the past two years. So far in 2012, police have seized more than 1,200 labs.
Since 2008 the number of labs has almost tripled. Henderson Public Information Officer Corey King says fewer officers, more creative meth cooks and an increase in addicts are to blame.