(Washington) – Are you living in an old meth house?
The US Drug Enforcement Agency has released a list of homes, listed by state and county, that previously had been raided or busted for meth production.
However, the DEA warns the list is not perfect.
The list was released to help potential homeowners to ask questions about their potential property purchases or hotel room rentals. Many hotels, however, are not listed, due to the speed that people can produce meth and leave the premises.