It's called a one-pot meth lab, and employees of the Calhoun County Parks are finding them on public walking paths.
These dangerous labs use soda or sports-drink bottles filled with chemicals to make the drug. This method places only a thin layer of plastic between a potential explosion and the public.
In Emmett Township near Westbrook and Powell, Calhoun County Parks employees found one-pot meth labs while cleaning up trash on walking paths.
Calhoun County Sheriff's deputies say they have found three of these mobile meth labs, and so far there are no leads on who is responsible.