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Meth Lab? Homebrewing? Cops Raid Apartment

Can’t make this stuff up. Police in Colorado Springs raided an apartment

building on suspicion of being a meth lab.  The building manager saw a home brewing setup, and called the police.

Colorado Springs police said the apartment building at 2400 Tremont St. was evacuated Monday and a Hazardous Materials team was brought in after the manager conducted a routine inspection and discovered a pair of 5-gallon buckets giving off an odor he suspected to be involved with the production of meth, The (Colorado Springs) Gazette reported Wednesday.


5 thoughts on “Meth Lab? Homebrewing? Cops Raid Apartment

  1. Mike and I joke about the neighbors calling the police on us all the time.  We figure that it is just a matter of time before a nosy neighbor turns our homebrewing into a meth ring…

  2. i’ve had this happen to me as well. being covered in tattoos doesn’t help, but they faked a 911 call to come in and make sure nobody was hurt, saw my carboys and freaked. when i told him it was beer, imediate change of attitude. still wonder which neighbor called me in

  3. Whatever happened to investigating? Slow police day?  Bet the beer was infected after the cops when opening up the buckets. 

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