Drug bust in Quincy nets 500 meth labs
QUINCY, Ill. — Authorities in western Illinois say a drug bust at a Quincy home turned up more than 500 containers used to make methamphetamine.
Illinois State Police Master Sgt. Patrick Frazier on Monday told The Quincy Herald-Whig that it's the biggest bust he's seen involving such "one-pot" shake-and-bake labs. Officers also found more than 180 cans of starter fluid, cans of drain cleaner and used boxes of pills that contain a key meth-making ingredient.
A special truck had to be called to handle the meth waste. The building has been quarantined.
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