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Meth storage in Oklahoma

Oklahoma - Oklahoma officials are now installing specifically designed storage units for methamphetamine chemicals.

The chemicals are seized when law enforcement raids methamphetamine labs.

Narcotics officers usually then have to call hire an environmental cleanup company to remove dangerous substances and dispose of them.

But now trained officers will be able to do the work themselves.

The state also saved money by using inmate labor to construct the storage facilities.

 

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