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Pacific Man Charged With Intent to Make Meth

Police said the man intended to sell cold medication to meth cook.

A man faces criminal charges for buying cold medicine with pseudoephedrine intending to sell it to a methamphetamine cook.

Joseph D. Weatherby, 19, of Pacific, was charged Aug. 7 with possessing a precursor drug with intent to make meth.

said Weatherby had the pseudoephedrine in his car Feb. 16 at 1001 Bowles Ave. in . According to the police report, Weatherby told police he intended to sell the drug knowing it would be used to make meth.

Bond was set at $5,000.

 

Mike Budd October 14, 2012 at 06:16 AM
Gabrielle Biondo from TownAndCountry-Manchester Patch has written excellent articles about pseudoephedrine used to produce meth, explaining that future laws could make it harder by requiring a prescription, and also announcing future meth-resistant products: http://ephedrinewheretobuy.com/ephedrine-for-sale-over-the-counter-again Let's hope that this will help fighting meth, which is much more dangerous than other drugs, not only for drug addicts but also for innocent people: any child could be hurt by opening a soda bootle found in the street, drugs agents risk their life when entering meth labs. Any step making it harder for meth cooks goes in the right direction. Cheers, Mike

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