Meth Manufacturing Tools Found on Stow Street Corner
The following information was supplied by the Stow Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Some items suspected of being used to make methamphetamines were found on the corner of Elmwood Avenue and Sanford Avenue Nov. 30.
Stow Police Det. Tom Gottas found three two-liter bottles in the street at the intersection just off of Darrow and Kent Roads. The bottles contained an unknown off-white substance with pieces of Lithium in it.
The waste material was similar to what remains after making meth, according to the report.
The Summit County Drug Unit Meth Response Team was called in to clean up the dump site and neutralize the waste material and dispose of it.
There are no suspects at this time. Illegal manufacturing of drugs is a second-degree felony.
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