Police put an end to a suspected meth lab before it even got up and running. Acting on a tip, investigators discovered two buckets filled with ingredients to make meth at a home on the seven hundred block of Noland Avenue in Grand Junction.
Haz–mat teams responded to the scene Tuesday night to clean up.
An undercover agent has confirmed that someone at the house was trying to make meth, but was unable to do so. The D.E.A. says it hopes to make similar busts in the coming weeks and months.
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