The Brown County Drug Task Force is asking for help from the community in reporting observed portable meth labs in parks and elsewhere in the community. The labs are dangerous and hazardous to the environment, deputies said.
The task force is looking to identify the manufacturer, or “cook,” of a methamphetamine “one pot” that was dumped along a walking trail in the wooded area of Fireman’s Park in Green Bay.
The items were found on October 1 around 4:45 p.m.
Specific items from the dump site can be identified from retailers such as Walgreens, Shopko and The Dollar Store.
The evidence leads investigators to believe the “cook” was successful in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and will attempt in the future.
The reaction vessel was no longer active when it was discovered but anyone discovering similar suspicious items should take care due to threat of fire and explosion.
Anyone with information concerning this case should call the Brown County Sheriff’s Office at 920-448-4230. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward by calling Crime Stoppers at (920)432-7867 or text GBTIP and your tip to 274637 (crimes).