MCMAHAN, KY (WAVE) - Property owners
concerned about how to detect and stop meth labs attended a training session.
The McMahan Fire District and Louisville
Metro Police Department held a training program for apartment communities and
hotels Tuesday to discuss the growing methamphetamine problem.
The course work involved how to detect
if meth is being used, or produced, in their businesses.
According to police, meth is the most
dangerous drug because it affects so many innocent people who are either kicked
out of their homes due to a fire from cooking the drug or unknowingly inhaling
Chief Pat Walsh explained, "You happen to see
there's 10 bottles of drain opener or something like that, they use lithium
batteries an ammonia smell is basically what you're looking for in terms of
Two more training sessions are scheduled
to be held on Tuesday November 27 at 9 a.m. and on at 6:30 p.m.
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