(WICHITA, Kan.) — A new report from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation finds meth production and use continues to be a problem in Kansas
According to the KBI, the number of meth houses seized in 2011 was higher than in years past. Law enforcement say this is because criminals are modifying the way they make the drug.
Authorities say instead of using lab equipment, criminals use things like soda bottles. It's a process called "one pot." Criminals using this method produce less meth than the traditional method.
Dispite this, meth use has not gone down. Law enforcement says that's because a lot of meth is smuggled into Kansas from Mexico.