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    Diktilar

    6 years ago

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    Photo of woman taken before methamphetamine related use according to Multnomah County Sheriff's Office, Oregon. The photo was part of a project called "Faces of Meth" put on by the Multnomah.
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    Taule

    6 years ago

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    Ole FCP happened to drive through the sprawling metropolis of Albany, LA this PM and noticed a LOT of “meth faces” wandering around the streets. Spent about 10 minutes around the Hwy Exxon and saw at least a half dozen youngish females with the characteristic sunken mouths and scars. Thought.
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    Niktilar

    6 years ago

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    Dec 23,  · The effects of methamphetamine use can be deadly on the body, but they can also be brutal on a user's appearance. The drug can age a user's face by decades in .
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    Nara

    6 years ago

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    Feb 25,  · Faces of Meth: Before & After; A look at the dramatic effects of methamphetamine use. Courtesy Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon. Suggest a Correction. Share this .
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    Tulkis

    6 years ago

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    Dec 29,  · Glenn Lagrew, 38, one of the faces in the collection, is accused of selling packets of meth placed on a 5-week-old boy in a baby carrier. Police say Lagrew told .
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    Fenrim

    6 years ago

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    Jan 28,  · Many of the mugshots show that over the years the person appears more gaunt - that's because meth suppresses appetite and can lead to undernourishment. Over time the body starts to consume muscle.
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    Shalabar

    6 years ago

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    Jul 28,  · The Multnomah County Sheriff in Oregon has released some new faces of meth.
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    Mikataur

    6 years ago

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    The Faces of Meth "Faces of Meth" is a program originally began by the Multnomah Sheriff's office in the state of Oregon. The program placed two mug shots of criminals with a verified history of crystal meth use side by side: The first mug shot is before the physical effects of meth use are apparent and the second mug shot provides viewers with an oftentimes dramatic change.
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    Mihn

    6 years ago

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    Feb 23,  · Faces of Meth shot to worldwide notoriety after their images were used to show how lives can be blighted by addiction to methamphetamine. Meth sores are most commonly seen on an individual’s face, particularly on the mouth, checks, or forehead. Meth sores may appear to look like acne or a rash but often become infected and spread.