“Several years ago we had a house in the neighborhood, whose occupants were apparently creating some sort of drugs. All the signs were there, including the DEA pounding on their door and making arrests – several times. There were also smells coming from the house that were so bad, we called the fire department because we thought there was a gas leak in the neighborhood. Several times a week these people would pack little boxes which looked like small ice chests in their car and the car would be in and out all day long. Thank goodness that house is now out of business.
Now, we have a similar situation down the street. One of the ‘friends’ of the occupants of the first house mentioned is up to something. We know he’s a user (his mother confirmed two years ago). He doesn’t work, has a nice car as do all of his friends, has been arrested several times. Lots of ‘curb traffic’ – short visits during which the drivers seldom get out of the car. He apparently delivers to the curb.
The difference between this guy and the people I first mentioned is the little ‘ice chest.’ Where the others would load the little containers into the trunk of their car, this guy comes home with a little container and within 30 minutes all the curbside deliveries begin and continue for hours.
Can someone explain the purpose of the little ‘ice chest’ looking containers? Does meth have to be temperature controlled? I don’t want to bring this ‘container evidence’ up to the police if it is not valid. It’s difficult enough to get the police to listen – or to even show up.”