'Shake and bake' meth poses new explosive danger
When one drug leaves, another one almost always replaces it.
For instance, methamphetamine, or meth, as it is often referred to, was the drug of choice not that long ago.
But the use of meth has since slowed down.
"A lot of people were arrested and we were hard on them," said Scot Umlauf, special agent in charge for the West Central Minnesota Narcotics Task Force. "The use of meth in this area has dramatically been reduced."