Two Iowa men are in custody in Grant County, after police say they bought more than 500 pills containing pseudoephedrine from local grocery stores and gas stations.
Pseudoephedrine, as you may know, is the main ingredient used to manufacture meth.
Twenty-five–year-old Donald Koster and 27–year old Casey Hess were taken into custody in Fennimore Township Monday night.
They are each facing a charge of possession of meth drug paraphernalia.
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