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Car Wash Used to Dump Meth Waste

WLBG Real Radio, April 18, 2014

The Sheriff’s Office responded to 1212 North Harper Street, Laurens at 9:42 yesterday morning on a Meth Waste site. Deputy Jeremy McMahan met with a man who said he and his brother operate the car was at that site and that while his brother was cleaning the trash cans at the car wash yesterday morning he found what appeared to be materials used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. Lt. Shelton used special equipment to go through the bags and he reportedly found several items used in meth manufacture. There were Sudafed capsules, bottles of pill wash, bottles with some sort of white residue, lithium batteries and butane fluid. The items were photographed and properly disposed of. Information was placed under investigation.