Adair Sheriff Robert Hardin is asking residents to put pressure on the Kirksville city council. He wants to see a crackdown on making meth. Hardin wants the city council to require that any drug containing Pseudoephedrine sold at local pharmacies to be prescribed by a doctor. Pseudoephedrine is a key ingredient in meth and the sheriff says requiring a prescription will put many meth makers out of business. He says there were more than 16,000 sales of drugs containing pseudoephedrine last year in the county and more than 60% of them were suspicious.