Troopers: Scott Co. Man Rented Out Meth-Contaminated House

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Updated: 12/05/2013 7:26 pm
Troopers say a Scott County man rented out a house where methamphetamine had been made without properly informing the rentors.

52-year-old William Dillion of Georgetown is charged in the case.

Troopers say he allowed his house on Indian Creek to be rented out without giving written notice to the new tenants that methamphetamine had been cooked inside the residence, contaminating the home.

State police say the notice is required by law.




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