Meth house

    Jenn Friberg and Rob Quigley bought their home in Bristol, Bucks County, back in March after it passed inspection. A short time later, they realized the house is an uninhabitable former meth lab.


    The house popped up on the Drug Enformcement Agency’s registry in 2004 when police discovered the lab, but routine home inspections don’t include a methamphetamine test.

    Now the couple has turned to outside help to pay for the costly repairs to their home. Philebrity brought Our Meth House to our attention.

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    The couple is using the site and a Facebook page to draw attention to the issue help raise the $25,000 they need by Feb. 27. So far, the two have raised a little more than $8,500.

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