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Flomaton active meth lab bust

FLOMATON   --  A two year old from Flomaton has been taken into Alabama state custody after police say they were living **inside** an active meth lab.

Police officers say they found the meth lab inside a home on Old Atmore Road just north of the Alabama-Florida line over night. ...

Source: www.weartv.com/

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