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Cleanup of Meth-Lab Homes Becomes a Growing Cottage Industry

Adrian Sainz/The Associated Press By Adrian Sainz MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- A tall man and a slender woman wiggled into their white hazardous materials suits, putting on protective masks and gloves before venturing into the dark, two-story home where police say a methamphetamine lab recently exploded. Gary Siebenschuh and a... Continue Reading »

Criminal Past Turns Family's Dream Home Into Nightmare

After years of renting, Jonathan and Beth Hankins were excited to purchase their own home in Klamath Falls, Ore. They found their dream home in a neighborhood of young families. The house had previously been foreclosed on and needed some renovations, so they added a fresh coat of paint, re-tiled the bathrooms and... Continue Reading »

Former Meth Lab Home For Sale -- Just Don't Ask to Look Inside

The newly listed home at 2380 Crock Road in Loudon, Tenn., seems like a steal: Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and selling for only $8,500. But maybe not, if you consider that the home is a former meth lab. In 2010, three men were arrested and sent to prison for using the house to produce methamphetamine. The men left the... Continue Reading »

My Home Was a Former Meth Lab

Do you live near a meth lab? Click on the map above to see which counties have the largest number of contaminated sites. By Les Christie Call it crystal, crank or ice -- you don't want to live in a house where methamphetamine was cooked up. Many Americans, however, unwittingly purchase homes or rent apartments... Continue Reading »

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