INDIANA (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – According to an Indiana State Police official the new computerized tracking of cold medications used in making meth hasn’t been a huge help to investigators.
The tracking of cold medicines, specifically medicines that contain pseudoephedrine, became law in January 2011 and state police believe that the data they have now hasn’t been useful.
State Police 1st Sgt. Niki Crawford told the Evansville Courier & Press that meth cookers are getting around the tracking and purchase limits by paying people to purchase the cold medicines on their behalf.
Some legislators believe the next step could be the requirement of a prescription from a doctor.
What are your thoughts CLICK HERE to leave us a "QUESTION OF THE DAY” comment.
© Copyright 2016, A Quincy Media broadcasting station. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.