say northeast Ohio's Summit County is a hotbed of methamphetamine production.
The Akron Beacon Journal (http://bit.ly/JvSoBm )
reports that the county sheriff's drug unit found another 85 meth lab sites in
The multi-jurisdictional group
now has identified more than 900 meth labs and places where meth equipment was
dumped in Summit County since 2001. That's more than in any other Ohio county.
The Ohio Substance Abuse
Monitoring Network says in a new drug trend report that the availability of
meth has increased in the Akron-Canton area, partly because the drug has become
easier to make.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement
Administration's National Clandestine Laboratory Register lists 395 meth sites
in Summit. Highland County, in southwest Ohio, is a distant second with 58.
Here are numbers for local counties.
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