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Police ponder rock slide, meth lab connection


GLENWOOD SPRINGS – The unusual discovery of the remnants of two methamphetamine labs in one day over the holiday weekend had Glenwood Springs police wondering about a connection. After discussing the situation, Chief Terry Wilson and some of his officers figured the closure of Glenwood Canyon and a subsequent snowstorm might have been a factor. “We found two meth labs in one day in the Glenwood Springs city limits,” he said. “I don’t remember the last time we found one in the city limits.”Wilson said people who might normally have set up their meth labs on the Front Range or somewhere else got stuck in Glenwood, so they did their drug cooking here. “We had a lot of extra people staying in Glenwood over the weekend,” he said.

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