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Editorial: Online list helps ease methamphetamine fear




When you buy a house or rent an apartment, you shouldn’t have to worry about whether it was used as a meth lab or that there was a meth lab next door. Now the state is offering some online peace of mind.

A new Indiana State Police database gives Hoosiers information about where clandestine meth labs have been found around the state, including those discovered in Johnson County.

A total of 85 local locations dating back to 2007 are listed on the website, far fewer than most other counties.

 

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