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Old 02-21-2013, 03:27 AM
 
Location: Athens, GA (via Pittsburgh, PA)
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Thumbs down The United States of Methamphetamine: Counties with the most known meth labs in each state

CNN Money made a map illustrating the number of known meth labs by county throughout the United States, according to the DEA. Here's the list of counties with the most known meth labs in each state...

Alabama: Jackson County (104 meth labs)
Alaska: Matanuska-Susitna Borough (27 meth labs)
Arizona: Maricopa County (95 meth labs)
Arkansas: Pulaski County (189 meth labs)
California: San Bernardino County (109 meth labs)
Colorado: El Paso County (71 meth labs)
Connecticut: Hartford County (2 meth labs)
Delaware: Kent County and New Castle County (1 meth lab each)
Florida: Bay County (75 meth labs)
Georgia: Walker County (51 meth labs)
Hawaii: Honolulu County (4 meth labs)
Idaho: Kootenai County (12 meth labs)
Illinois: Madison County (112 meth labs)
Indiana: Bartholomew County (67 meth labs)
Iowa: Lee County (65 meth labs)
Kansas: Cherokee County (46 meth labs)
Kentucky: Jefferson County (180 meth labs)
Louisiana: Tangipahoa Parish (29 meth labs)
Maine: Androscoggin County and Aroostook County (3 meth labs each)
Maryland: Baltimore County, Caroline County, Carroll County, Cecil County, Garrett County and St. Mary's County (1 meth lab each)
Massachusetts: Middlesex County (3 meth labs)
Michigan: Kalamazoo County (318 meth labs)
Minnesota: Anoka County (13 meth labs)
Mississippi: Harrison County (92 meth labs)
Missouri: Jefferson County (472 meth labs)
Montana: Cascade County (10 meth labs)
Nebraska: Cass County (19 meth labs)
Nevada: Clark County (97 meth labs)
New Hampshire: Grafton County (6 meth labs)
New Jersey: Cumberland County and Ocean County (2 meth labs each)
New Mexico: Bernalillo County (97 meth labs)
New York: Chemung County (13 meth labs)
North Carolina: McDowell County (64 meth labs)
North Dakota: Burleigh County (16 meth labs)
Ohio: Summit County (353 meth labs)
Oklahoma: Tulsa County (979 meth labs)
Oregon: Multnomah County (102 meth labs)
Pennsylvania: Erie County (18 meth labs)
Rhode Island: Providence County (2 meth labs)
South Carolina: Greenville County (82 meth labs)
South Dakota: Minnehaha County (16 meth labs)
Tennessee: Hamilton County (125 meth labs)
Texas: Bexar County (62 meth labs)
Utah: Salt Lake County (40 meth labs)
Vermont: Franklin County and Windsor County (1 meth lab each)
Virginia: Washington County (38 meth labs)
Washington: Pierce County (213 meth labs)
West Virginia: Kanawha County (235 meth labs)
Wisconsin: Chippewa County (5 meth labs)
Wyoming: Natrona County and Sheridan County (3 meth labs each)

Disgusting stuff. Never use it.
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Old 02-21-2013, 04:25 AM
 
Location: Atlanta & NYC
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Oklahoma and Missouri. Can't exactly say that I'm shocked.
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Old 02-21-2013, 05:45 AM
 
Location: New Orleans
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Little known fact- meth is actually naturally occurring in a species of Acacia found in Texas.

There you go, meth heads. Take the five dollars out of your underwear and start hitching.

And to Texas- you're welcome.
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Old 02-21-2013, 06:07 AM
 
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Interesting, the 10 states named the most depressing on a list posted in another thread rank very high on the above list for Meth labs.
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Old 02-21-2013, 06:44 AM
 
Location: New Orleans
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Interesting, the 10 states named the most depressing on a list posted in another thread rank very high on the above list for Meth labs.
Gotta do something to alleviate the boredom.

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Old 02-21-2013, 09:16 AM
 
Location: Minneapolis
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If anyone is interested in learning some interesting stuff about meth and has netflix, there is a National Geographic documentary on there called "The World's Most Dangerous Drug." It's interesting to say the least.
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:29 AM
 
Location: "Daytonnati"
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For Kentucky, "Jefferson County", is not some rural backwater. This is Louisville and most of its suburbs.

The next interesting thing would be the geographical distribution of meth labs within the county.

(for Indiana, Bartholomew County is Columbus, which is a small industrial city, and surrounding farm country. Again, not some rural backwater).
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:51 AM
 
Location: Victoria TX
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It looks to me like this is a list of the counties in which the police have most diligently looked for meth labs. Which says nothing about how many meth labs are or were actually there.

An extremely faulty set of statistics, with not a word about the the methodology.
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:06 AM
 
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I would never touch meth, but I love to watch documentries on youtube about it. Well, I like to watch documentries about all sorts of drugs, and crime and stuff, but I noticed meth is pushing hard to become drug number one in the USA, taking the place of cocaine and heroine.

The reasons are very simple: easy to cook , you can get all the ingredients in a wallmart, and then you get a high stronger and longer than the one you get from cocaine, at a very cheap price.

I don´t wanna talk about conpiracies, but the main responables for this is the drug industry and their cold medicines with "ephedrine", the main active ingredient to make meth.

Remove those medicines, you remove meth.


It's all politics.
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:26 AM
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Does this include the mobile meth labs?
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