Police Scour Rural Areas For Meth Labs

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Deputy Sheriff Kirk Ives looks at a cooler along side the road on... News PhotoCooler,Full Length,Group Of Objects,Human Settlement,Industry,Kansas,Laboratory,Law,Looking,Methamphetamine,Narcotic,Old,Road,Rural Scene,Searching,Sheriff,Side View,USAPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2005 Getty ImagesPRATT, KS - FEBRUARY 18: Deputy Sheriff Kirk Ives looks at a cooler along side the road on Febuary 18, 2005 for left over items used in the production of methamphetamine while he patrols the rural areas near Pratt, Kansas. The Pratt County Sheriff's Office has over 700 square acres of rural land to patrol on a daily basis looking for any kind of methamphetamine substances such as trash or labs. (Photo by Larry W. Smith/Getty Images)