(FOX NEWS) — Police say two chemistry professors in Arkansas have been charged with making meth on school grounds.
In a case that’s drawing comparisons to “Breaking Bad”, Terry David Bateman and Bradley Allen Rowland were arrested Friday on charges of manufacturing meth and using drug paraphernalia.
Both are professors at Henderson State University.
The two were caught after police investigated a report of a chemical odor in the school’s science center.
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