From the office of Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke
The mayor's "No Meth Task Force" has launched a new public service campaign as part of a community-wide effort to reduce meth labs and prevent substance abuse.
Apparently, meth can make a person crave carpet lint.
Authorities in Louisville, Kentucky say that over the weekend they arrested 50-year-old Jeffery Wagner for partaking in a carpet lint buffet in the shoe department of the Burlington Coat Factory.
Can you spot ingredients used to make methamphetamine? Do you know what to do if you suspect someone is making meth? Officials with the Evansville Police Department Meth Suppression Unit will conduct a presentation on identifying meth-making materials and reporting illegal meth production during the Traveling City Hall meeting Wednesday, March 27th, at Red Bank Branch Library, 120 S. Red Bank Road
Mayor Winnecke’s No Meth Task Force will host a special presentation by the Indiana State Police and Evansville/Vanderburgh County Drug Task Force Meth Suppression Unit to raise awareness about the continuing problem of methamphetamine and to solicit support for proposed legislation making pseudoephedrine a prescription-only drug.