Michigan hunters warned about meth waste dump sites
CASSOPOLIS, Mich. (AP) - Hunters in southwestern Michigan are being warned to watch for waste related to methamphetamine.
Cass County authorities say it's unfortunate that meth makers dump their waste in rural areas. It could be drain cleaner, coffee filters, cold packs and bottles with plastic tubes sticking out from the lid.
Hunters are being told to call police and not touch anything.
Kids 16 and younger and certain people with disabilities are eligible to hunt for deer Saturday and Sunday in Michigan.