Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Another Meth Lab Found in Smyth County
A red phosphorous meth lab showed up in the back of a garbage truck in Smyth County. It caught fire again as the truck dumped its load at the local landfill. Garbage collection employees called 911 and the Chilhowie Fire Department responded. A licensed hazardous materials contractor was brought in for clean up. Captain Chip Shuler of the Smyth County Sheriff’s Department is investigating and says meth lab materials are found in the garbage about once a month. The Virginia State Police are helping the Sheriff’s Office with the investigation. Captain Shuler says that now days people should be careful picking up stuff from the side of the road or in the landfill and should call local or state police if they think they have come across meth lab materials. (bg)

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