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Meth lab found; someone's stealing boat fuel tanks; local crime blotters



Portable meth lab found

Tuesday Oct. 23, at 11:43 a.m., the Meeker County Sheriff's Office took a report of a suspicious package located in a culvert along County Road 11, just east of Grove City. A deputy responded and discovered a duffel bag containing items consistent with that of a portable meth lab. The duffel bag appears to have been at this location for many months. Because of the state and age of the various materials and chemicals involved with this discovery, the Minnesota Duty Officer with the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension was contacted as well as a Certified Clean up Company to properly dispose of this meth lab and waste.

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Meth lab found; someone's stealing boat fuel tanks; local crime blotters



Portable meth lab found

Tuesday Oct. 23, at 11:43 a.m., the Meeker County Sheriff's Office took a report of a suspicious package located in a culvert along County Road 11, just east of Grove City. A deputy responded and discovered a duffel bag containing items consistent with that of a portable meth lab. The duffel bag appears to have been at this location for many months. Because of the state and age of the various materials and chemicals involved with this discovery, the Minnesota Duty Officer with the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension was contacted as well as a Certified Clean up Company to properly dispose of this meth lab and waste.

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U of M November Starwatch



By Deane Morrison

Bright planets in the morning and evening skies and a favorable outlook for the Leonid meteor shower are all on tap as November rolls around.

Venus, still a bright "morning star," is slowly falling toward the predawn horizon as it heads into temporary oblivion behind the sun. But the queen of planets has a new court. Spica, the brightest star in Virgo, and Saturn are making their way up in the morning sky.

Read more...

U of M November Starwatch



By Deane Morrison

Bright planets in the morning and evening skies and a favorable outlook for the Leonid meteor shower are all on tap as November rolls around.

Venus, still a bright "morning star," is slowly falling toward the predawn horizon as it heads into temporary oblivion behind the sun. But the queen of planets has a new court. Spica, the brightest star in Virgo, and Saturn are making their way up in the morning sky.

Read more...

U of M November Starwatch



By Deane Morrison

Bright planets in the morning and evening skies and a favorable outlook for the Leonid meteor shower are all on tap as November rolls around.

Venus, still a bright "morning star," is slowly falling toward the predawn horizon as it heads into temporary oblivion behind the sun. But the queen of planets has a new court. Spica, the brightest star in Virgo, and Saturn are making their way up in the morning sky.

Read more...

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