Real Life “Breaking Bad” at Arkansas University
Henderson University seemed to have their own real life "Breaking Bad" thing going. Two men, Dr. Terry Bateman and Dr. Bradley Rowland, both chemistry professors at Henderson University were arrested Friday for allegedly manufacturing meth at the university chemistry lab. Obviously, following in Walter White's footsteps.
The two men were placed on leave 3 days after an investigation of a chemical odor at Henderson State University. According to the Clark County Sheriff's Office, the two men were charged with the manufacture of methamphetamine and use of drug paraphernalia. .
"Bateman and Rowland were the subject of an investigation originating with Henderson State University Chief of Police, Johnny Campbell," the sheriff's office said in a press release.
The investigation has since been picked up by the Arkadelphia Police and Narcotics Task Force. Bateman and Rowland are expected to make a court appearance pending a formal charge. it's unknown if the pair are still in custody.
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