More Meth seizures means the drug is here in Nova Scotia and it is getting more popular
Methamphetamine seizures and arrests of traffickers are getting more common as it finds its way into the drug scene in Nova Scotia and into the lives of families of more and more Nova Scotians. This drug is highly addictive and the negative effects it has on the users are alarming. Addicts will do whatever they can to get their next fix and when under the influence of methamphetamine can be highly volatile and violent.
The public is being asked to take this drug seriously and they are being urged to submit tips on methamphetamine and other drugs and crimes anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by submitting at tip on line at crimestoppers.ns.ca or by using the P3 app.
The following are examples of the changes that meth makes to a person: