Tim Glover said it has almost become routine that when drug agents find a methamphetamine lab, there are usually children involved.
“Whether it’s an apartment, house or vehicle where they’re making meth, most of the time there’s going to be children around,” said Glover, director of the Lauderdale County Drug Task Force. “If they’re there during the manufacturing process, they have been exposed to the chemicals and other residue the labs give off.”
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