[Source: DatonDailyNews.com] – Roy Wilkinson waved the meth scanner around the kitchen pantry.
The red “Meth” light on the futuristic-looking, hand-held scanner blinked on at numerous spots, indicating a positive hit.
Not a good sign, since the property owner had cleaned the pantry to get rid of the meth spill in the Akron home.
So Wilkinson, owner of Safety Elements in Akron, double-checked the scanner, which can provide false positives. He conducted two separate swab tests that are 99.9 percent reliable.
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