Because meth now can be cooked anywhere using the 'one-pot' or 'shake-and-bake' method, neighbors may be surprised to find they live next to a meth lab. In March 2010, police arrested a man while hazmat technicians worked a suspected meth lab in a gated community in Memphis. (SHNS photo courtesy Karen Pulfer Focht/The Commercial Appeal)

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Because meth now can be cooked anywhere using the "one-pot" or "shake-and-bake" method, neighbors may be surprised to find they live next to a meth lab. In March 2010, police arrested a man while hazmat technicians worked a suspected meth lab in a gated community in Memphis. (SHNS photo courtesy Karen Pulfer Focht/The Commercial Appeal)

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