Meth testing kits - Test hard and soft surfaces for residue - Test sweat or saliva because children can't always tell about exposure
Meth Labs in Public Places
People making meth have found a way to cut down on the danger of explosion and contamination from chemicals used in, and made as a byproduct of, making meth in their own homes. They start the process in a public place like a restroom in an Indiana Walmart. They return later to pick up the finished product after the time when an explosion might happen, according to Indiana State Police.
It seems like a meth cook's dream. I have read that most of the ingredients for making meth are available at Walmart. You can buy your ingredients and equipment.The equipment seems to be a two liter soda bottle.You can stop by the restroom and mix your solution and go shopping. When the time passes were the mixture will explode if the cap of the soda bottle is loosed too soon you can go and pour the toxic waste down the drain and leave with your meth. That's assuming no pesky little kid, or adult, opens the cap out of curiosity. Of course, you'll hear the explosion and screams of burning people to let you know it's time to leave. If everything goes as planned, you will be out of there, proud to know you didn't make your own home so dangerous to your health that it might need to be torn down and hauled off to a toxic waste dump. Why would you be concerned that the pollution you've left behind may make every child who uses the restroom sick after you leave. Maybe you'll leave behind enough contamination to make adults sick as well, especially those who are already sick. Maybe you'll even leave behind enough carcinogens to make the legacy of your Walmart meth cooking last for many years into the future with cancers born from exposure of maybe thousands of children and adults to the stuff you left behind.