KBI website shows by county where meth labs were found

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The records: Statistics by county about methamphetamine lab seizures in Kansas.

Why you’d want them: To learn more about meth labs in the state and where they’ve been found.

Where you get them: The Kansas Bureau of Investigations has the reports on its website, Click on the “Drug Enforcement” link and then on “Statistics.” Then click on the “Methamphetamine Clandestine Lab Seizure Statistics.”

How much does it cost: The information is free.

Deb Gruver