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Hours spent cleaning up site of 92-count meth lab bust

Sheriff Oliver said it takes many manhours to clean up after a meth bust of this size. (Source: FCSD) Sheriff Oliver said it takes many manhours to clean up after a meth bust of this size. (Source: FCSD)
FRANKLIN COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Franklin County investigators spent an estimated six hours cleaning up after the discovery of 92 one-pot meth labs in a single residence Tuesday.

Sheriff Shannon Oliver said having all those one-pots in one location is not only dangerous, it takes a significant amount of man hours to properly dispose of the chemicals and other items seized.

Sheriff Oliver credits citizens and his officers for responding to a tip about suspicious activity, thus leading to the arrests of two men at the residence.

Oliver said there are a handful of authorities trained in disposing meth in the county, and the process isn't fast. He says it took his men about six hours to dispose of all the items seized from the property.

Sheriff Oliver said he will continue to fight the meth problem in the county.

Cousins Donald and Billy Clark face a list of charges including manufacturing of a controlled substance.

They remain behind bars at the Franklin County Jail.

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