Cops Searching For Ways To Help Kids Left Behind After Meth Lab Busts
A new challenge for police is helping the littlest victims of meth labs. While officers work to lock up offenders, they're having to cope with the plight of children left behind by arrested parents, and their contaminated belongings.
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#1 Dec 3, 2010
i believe that they should set up a strait house and place the parents in this with their children, so the parents have to be responsible for them. i say if we have someone live with them as a shaparone,it would make the parents have to be responsible to take care of their own and if they fail they go to jail,end of story.while they are in the strait house they do the same stuff as the do when their kids are taken from them,let the parents show some accountability or to jail they go.
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