Montgomery County is seeing a growing meth problem in the community.
The county busted 25 meth labs last year, more than five times the labs busted in all of 2012.
Sheriff Tommy Whitt calls it a poor man's cocaine since meth is inexpensive and highly addictive.
It also requires a growing number of resources from his department.
"It's a three man team, but it's not anything that's supported separately from the compensation board or the state or through the county," Whitt said.
Next week we'll take a closer look at the meth problem in Montgomery County and the impact it's having on taxpayers.