‘Walter White’ Wanted On Methamphetamine Charges
ATLANTA (CBS) — The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama has placed Walter White on their priority list of the county’s most wanted.
White – who coincidentally shares the same name as the main, meth-dealing character on the AMC Television show “Breaking Bad” – was on probation for a 2008 charge of making methamphetamine when he was arrested on similar charges in Bibb County earlier this year, according to Tuscaloosanews.com.
Methamphetamine increases alertness, concentration, energy, and in high doses, can induce euphoria, enhance self-esteem and increase libido, according to the Clinical Textbook of Addictive Disorders.
White’s last known address was in the 22000 block of Eastern Valley Road in McCalla. The charges of possession of a controlled substance, trafficking methamphetamine, possession of precursor materials and manufacturing a controlled substance in Bibb County violated the conditions of his probation for the case in Tuscaloosa County.
The meth dealer character named Walter White is played by actor Bryan Cranston on the AMC television show.