Some people think drug dealers have moved on to heroin, opioids and fentanyl, but meth is still a huge problem in Tennessee! ~Drug-Free Tennessee
On March 19, 2019, Nashville Public Radio reported:
Nineteen people were charged last week after a coordinated drug bust in Grundy County. Most of the defendants face charges related to distribution of methamphetamine — a drug that has flown below the radar amid the deadly opioid epidemic.
A decade ago, meth was the big target for law enforcement. Now it’s primarily heroin and fentanyl, which are far more fatal. But meth never left, though how it’s made has changed.
“There’s a lot of meth out there,” says special agent-in-charge Tommy Farmer of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
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