New Push Against Meth in Indiana

Indiana's Attorney General is leading a new charge in the crack down on meth.
Indiana's Attorney General is leading a new charge in the crack down on meth.

Greg Zoeller, along with several Tri-State officials, announced the next step in the war on meth on Tuesday.

The new initiative is targeting "Smurfing", the practice of buying Pseudoephedrine to either give to or sell to those who are making meth.

"Before we really get more aggressive, I think it's fair to give notice to everyone that it's illegal to purchase Pseudophedrine and to resell it or give it to someone for the purpose of manufacturing meth", said Zoeller.

Zoeller says that they will be charging "smurfs" with conspiracy to produce meth, which carries a maximum 50 year sentence.
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