Cape Girardeau becoming meth destination
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) - Many towns in southeast Missouri have strengthened anti-methamphetamine laws by requiring a prescription to buy a key ingredient - medicines containing pseudoephedrine.
But without an ordinance of its own, the Southeast Missourian reports that Cape Girardeau is becoming a top destination for meth
The Southeast Missouri Drug Task Force recently conducted a sting operation and found that people once buying Sudafed and
Cape Girardeau City Council members have considered a pseudoephedrine ordinance, but decided it would be more effective if the Missouri Legislature passed its own bill.