Officers of the Indiana State Police showed community members the process of cleaning up a methamphetamine lab during a community awareness event held Tuesday evening in Warsaw. (Photo by Deb Patterson)
A Community Meth Workshop was held this evening in Warsaw where members of the Indiana State Police lab team showed about 60 people in attendance what they deal with when fighting the drug war on methamphetamine.
Officers showed members of the public, which included about a dozen Grace College students, some of the tools they find when busting meth labs. They also showed the protective gear they must wear when handling and clearing the meth trash.
The workshop was held from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Center Lake Pavilion.
If you suspect a meth lab, you can call the Kosciusko County T.I.P. line at 574-372-2494.