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Meth arrests have Harford law enforcement keeping an eye out for trafficking

Meth arrests have Harford law enforcement keeping an eye out for trafficking

Harford County law enforcement officials have focused much of their attention in recent years on the deadly plague of heroin addiction, which has affected Harford and communities throughout Maryland, but they also keeping one eye on methamphetamine, especially with the recent arrests of people in possession of the highly-addictive stimulant.

"It's something that we do monitor and try to track that kind of intelligence," Capt. Lee Dunbar, head of the Harford County Task Force, said Monday.

Dunbar stressed that "it's too early to tell" if meth could become as big of a problem as heroin. Meth, which is composed of volatile chemicals found in over-the-counter...

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