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Authorities are on the hunt for a meth cook who goes by the name Walter White — and no, this isn’t the plot of Breaking Bad.
Walter Eddy White is wanted by the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama for parole violation, AL.com reports.
White was busted this January on the same charges, and after he didn’t show up for his court date in July, catapulted to the top the sheriff’s most wanted list.
At 55, the real-life White is similar in age to Cranston’s character, who celebrated his 51st birthday this season. But the real-life White operates in Alabama, a state which the Drug Enforcement Agency reports has far more methamphetamine activity than in the TV show’s New Mexico.
Breaking Bad is currently in its fifth and final season, though there has been some talk that a movie could be in the works, as well.
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