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Billy Schat

Commander

West Central Texas Interlocal Crime Task Force

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West Central Texas Interlocal Crime Task Force

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www.leadsonline.com

"The majority of our calls for service involve methamphetamine," said Billy Schat, commander of the West Central Texas Interlocal Crime Task Force.
But meth labs never went away in this area, Schat said, partially because one of the main ingredients -- anhydrous ammonia -- can be easily obtained in rural areas. "Those are people whose purpose is to travel around to different stores that sell pseudoephedrine and buy the limit (at each store)," Schat said. Schat said the rash of arrests doesn't necessarily mean that areas such as Merkel and Brown County are hotbeds of meth activity. Some law enforcement agencies are simply more aggressive, he said. "I don't think you can pick an area and say one is worse than the other," Schat said.


www.reporternews.com

Billy Schat, commander of the West Central Texas Interlocal Crime Task Force, said that until substances such as K2 and Ivory Wave are made illegal, there's "not a lot" that law enforcement can do about them.


www.reporternews.com

"The drug is being sold from $30", says Billy Schat, Commander of the West Central Texas Interlocal Crime Task Force.


www.leadsonline.com

"The majority of our calls for service involve methamphetamine," said Billy Schat, commander of the West Central Texas Interlocal Crime Task Force.
But meth labs never went away in this area, Schat said, partially because one of the main ingredients - anhydrous ammonia - can be easily obtained in rural areas. "Those are people whose purpose is to travel around to different stores that sell pseudoephedrine and buy the limit (at each store)," Schat said. Schat said the rash of arrests doesn't necessarily mean that areas such as Merkel and Brown County are hotbeds of meth activity. Some law enforcement agencies are simply more aggressive, he said. "I don't think you can pick an area and say one is worse than the other," Schat said.


colemannews.com

According to Billy Schat, Commander of the West Central Texas Interlocal Crime Task Force, the investigation will be forwarded to the Coleman County District Attorney's office for prosecution.


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