Meth-Related Crime Wave Hits Rural New York Farms

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Jon Miller reports on the ripple effects of methamphetamine abuse that are now reaching rural New York State. Well-paid 'runners' from Pennsylvania have started stealing ingredients for the drug from farmers in upstate New York.

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