Firefighters Find Meth, Shrooms While Fighting Blaze

Thursday, Nov 7, 2013  |  Updated 9:28 AM EDT
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Firefighters Find Meth, Shrooms While Fighting Blaze

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Six residents of a Trenton home are charged with operating a drug production facility that authorities say was discovered by firefighters who put out a blaze in their home.

Police told The Trentonian they found marijuana, a jug of the psychedelic compound DMT, dried mushrooms, LSD, crystal meth and ecstasy pills after being contacted by firefighters.
 
They also reported finding 60 jars of growing mushrooms and a handbook on how to grow mushrooms.
 
The fire broke out early Tuesday morning and was concentrated in the home's basement.
 
The residents include a married couple, his son, her daughter and two others. All face several drug-related charged.

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