Is there such a thing as healthy meth? According to a busted Longmont meth maker, that is exactly what he was cooking up in his garage.

When the Longmont Police received a tip that the suspect, Craig William Rogers, was producing meth in his garage, law enforcement started surveying the home.

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Rogers was pulled over on Tuesday at around 2:30 p.m. and freely admitted to having meth in a pipe in the center console of the truck.

Rogers also stated that he was making a "healthy meth substance" at his residence because he was incorporating acai berries into the mix. A berry-like substance was found in Rogers's meth lab by investigators.

Just to be clear, it doesn't matter what type of health food you put in meth, it will never be "healthy."

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