Chinese police raid a rural village turned meth lab
Helicopters, speedboats and security forces surrounded a rural village in China Sunday that reportedly hosted a massive drug laboratory, seizing about three tons of methamphetamine and arresting 14 Communist Party officials.
The village of Boshe consist of 14,000 people and rest north of the South China sea, according to local media.
A senior anti-narcotic officer told state media that the village has supplied a third of the meth trade in China. But he did not specify exactly how much that was.