http://www.wvgazette.com/section/News/Today/2003070831 Production and use of methamphetamines is increasing in West Virginia, says U.S. Attorney Kasey Warner, reports the Charleston Gazette. About 14 percent of state high school students report using meth – 5 percent higher that the national average. Meth labs are spreading into hollows and hills in the southern and eastern parts of the state, Warner said. Last year, police dismantled more than 100 meth labs statewide; compared to 13 the year before and only two in 2000. Warner blamed . . .
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