Meth pours into Central California as liquid

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In this March 2014 photo provided by PARC Environmental, Jeff Davis, a hazardous materials specialist for PARC Environmental, cleans up a meth conversion lab inside a house in Madera, Calif. Authorities in California’s Central Valley say that in recent years they have begun to see more meth dissolved as liquid and put into tequila bottles or plastic detergent containers to smuggle it across the border from Mexico. Once in the Central Valley, it is converted into crystals, it’s most sought-after form on the street. In the seedy underworld of methamphetamine, traffickers have turned to disguising the drug as a liquid to boost chances of smuggling it into the United States from Mexico without getting caught.(AP Photo/PARC Environmental)FRESNO, California (AP) — In methamphetamine’s seedy underworld, traffickers are disguising the drug as a liquid to smuggle it into the United States from Mexico. USA, LLC