Perhaps you remember our Breaking Bad In Real Life series, where we would take any news story that we could tangentially connect to the AMC drama, and highlight all the similarities. Cancer-ridden high school tutor busted for selling meth, high school chemistry teacher busted for selling meth, Oklahoma police uncover 40 pounds of blue meth during a bust, etc. Well, we may have to put that series to bed once and for all, because it appears we have reached its pinnacle: A real, living, 53-year-old Caucasian male with a mustache and goatee whose name is Walter White was just sentenced to 12 years in prison after a judge held him responsible for 32 pounds of meth.
A Lockwood man who dealt methamphetamine out of his home and got shot in his driveway in a gunfight with his son over a drug debt will spend more than 12 years in federal prison.
Senior U.S. District Judge Don Molloy on Monday sentenced Walter Jack White, 53, to nine years on a meth possession charge and to a consecutive three-and-a-half years for a firearms conviction.
White is among a number of defendants convicted in a trafficking ring that brought the highly addictive drug to Billings and to the Bakken oil fields for distribution beginning last year. [BillingsGazette]
You better run, Jesse. Sounds like Walt, Jr. is out for blood.