New Law Creates Registry Of Former Meth Homes (VIDEO)

By Ian Hoover- 21Alive

June 4, 2014 Updated Jun 4, 2014 at 6:03 PM EST

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- A new Indiana State law will require homes that had meth labs in them to be placed on a registry.

The law was created so potential home buyers could find out if a house they are about to buy was used as a meth lab in the past. The Indiana State Police will oversee the the registry of houses and apartments where police have seized meth making materials.

According to the law, a house or apartment must be deemed as decontaminated before they are removed from the list.




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