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AT THE SCENE: Bottles filled with ingredients used to make methamphetamine sit in front of a house in the 100 block of South Purdam Street. The bottles were used in a process known as a "one-pot cook" which police found inside the home in 2012. Houses used in the making of meth are left with a toxic residue that could cause serious health problems to anyone who moves in, including liver and kidney damage, neurological complications and an increased risk of cancer unless the structure is decontaminated.

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