Homes Used As Meth Labs Left Unlivable

 Monday, June 29, 2015

 Goshen News

Some Goshen-area homes are standing vacant. On a window or door is taped the reason why. “Unfit for human habitation,” states fluorescent pink health department notices. The notices are gaudy reminders of how prevalent methamphetamine addiction is in local communities. Besides the human toll of broken families, incarceration and wrecked lives, the drug has made many houses and mobile homes unsafe to enter. “It’s terrible,” said Jeff Roberts, who lives across the street from 405 1/2 E. Jefferson St. in Goshen.
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