Police: Man caught with ‘Breaking Dangerous’-themed meth after driving 119 mph down Connecticut freeway


Connecticut State Police mentioned the drugs had been pressed within the form of “Heisenberg,” the alias of “Breaking Dangerous” antihero Walter White.

A driver in Connecticut was allegedly caught with some “Breaking Dangerous”-themed drugs on Sunday after a trooper discovered him dashing down Interstate 84, state police mentioned. 

After clocking the motive force’s velocity at 119 mph, the trooper tried to drag the automobile over at about 1:20 a.m. in Vernon, Connecticut State Police mentioned in an announcement.

The driving force saved going for practically a mile on I-84 East, and police mentioned the trooper seen indicators of impairment when the person finally got here to a cease. Suspecting that the motive force is perhaps beneath the affect of medication and alcohol, state police used a Okay-9 canine and allegedly discovered medication within the automobile’s middle console.

A search turned up a bag of prescription-only sildenafil citrate drugs — additionally recognized beneath the model title Viagra — and a number of other drugs pressed in “the notorious ‘Hiesenburg’ [sic] face form,” police mentioned, seemingly referencing “Breaking Dangerous” antihero Walter White, who used the alias “Heisenberg.”

A discipline take a look at recognized the drugs as methamphetamine, in response to police, who mentioned additionally they discovered a handheld digital stun gun within the automobile. 

State police didn’t determine the motive force, who allegedly failed his discipline sobriety assessments.

The driving force was arrested and held on a $15,000 bond. He faces costs of reckless driving, working beneath the affect, narcotics possession, and prison possession of a weapon, police mentioned.