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Local lawmakers explore crime-stopping program

3.30.15 – Our Quad Cities 

Law enforcement officials are cracking down on the sale of pseudoephedrine products in Illinois.

Quad City officials attended a training session today on a program NPlex.
It’s a system aimed at keeping products such as Sudafed and Claritin-D out of the hands of meth makers.

“It’s there, said Detective Christopher Comeaux of Louisiana. “It’s free. It literally streamlines all of your investigation.”

NPlex allows retailers and law enforcement to work together to flag people who may be using these products illegally. In 2014, NPlex blocked the illegal sale of more than 70 thousand boxes of the product in Illinois.

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