Church Kitchen Meth Lab

August 3, 2004 by

A meth lab was found in the kitchen of a rural North Dakota church last week. Thankfully it’s not the latest youth group outreach event.

“I’d prefer that our kitchen be used for bake sales,” said Pastor Dave Sobek.

“A church almost makes sense,” said Rick Majerus, a Cass County, N.D., sheriff’s lieutenant. “If nobody is using the church during the week, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see the possibilities.” If criminals see the possibilities of a church sitting empty all week, why doesn’t the church?

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Kevin D. Hendricks

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