Friday, July 30, 2021

Baldwin County Meth Lab forced to close it's doors due to worker shortage and supply chain woes.


A longstanding Baldwin County business decided to temporarily close it's doors after issues with the worker shortage and supply chain problems. The "mom and pop"  business was already struggling having to fight against the big chain meth labs and also state and federal laws limiting their operations. The owner who wishes to remain anonymous says he hopes to get back up and running by next summer, and if not,  he will have to re-locate his business to Florida like most of the labs before him.

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