THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - With a big focus on opioids nationwide, the GBI said there is another drug that is also a big issue in the state of Georgia.
GBI Director Vernon Keenan says 40-percent of the drug cases submitted to the crime lab are meth.
Keenan says its a common drug across the state that is being seized in large amounts.
He said it's an extremely dangerous drug.
"Heroin will kill you because the level between being high and being dead is very narrow, so heroin will kill you but meth will make you want to kill," said Keenan.
Kennan said many of the bizarre cases worked by law enforcement across the state and violent crimes usually link back to drug use.