MARSHALL CO. â€” A regulation intended to help law enforcement catch methamphetamine cooks is actually making arrests more difficult, according to Indiana State Police First Sergeant Niki Crawford.
Since the first of this year, retailers selling pseudoephedrine â€” the decongestant used in over-the-counter medicine like Sudafed â€” have â€śtrackedâ€ť purchases of the drug through a computer system. This was mandated by Indiana state government along with limiting purchasers to 3.6 grams of the drug per day.
Pseudoephedrine is a key ingredient in homemade meth.
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Riley Childrenâ€™s Foundation welcomed its new class of Riley Champions Presented by Kroger with an unforgettable weekend.
Eight courageous children from across the state were honored on the court before the Indiana Pacers game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
They also served as Riley Coin Toss Kids at the Indianapolis Colts game on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.