Meth lab ‘remnant’ found at Heartland Co-op near Minburn

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Dallas County Deputy Sheriffs and the hazmat team of the Minburn Volunteer Fire Department inspect items found early Wednesday on the grounds of the Heartland Co-op and believed to be remnants of a meth lab.

Remnants of a methamphetamine laboratory were found along the Raccoon River Valley Trail near Minburn early Wednesday.

A caller reported finding suspicious materials on the grounds of the Heartland Co-op near Minburn about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, and preliminary investigations by the Dallas County Sheriff’s office concluded the items were “remnants of a meth lab,” according to a sheriff’s deputy.

The methamphetamine laboratory remnants were found in scrub ground alongside the Raccoon River Valley Trail where it passes near the large pile of co-op corn on 187th Street.

The Minburn Volunteer Fire Department’s hazmat team also responded to the incident, which is under investigation.

ThePerryNews.com will update this story as information becomes available.

Dallas County Deputy Sheriffs and the hazmat team of the Minburn Volunteer Fire Department inspect items found early Wednesday on the grounds of the Heartland Co-op and believed to be remnants of a meth lab.

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