Life imitates TV
FORT MEYERS, FLORIDA- A man who won a raffle to watch the series finale of the "Breaking Bad" TV show with the cast is accused of imitating the show.
Ryan Lee Carroll is charged with running a drug distribution ring.
Authorities say Carroll sold synthetic marijuana and shipped it across the U.S. to customers from his home in Fort Meyers.
The say he used a cement mixer to create the drugs with two other men.
They're accused of using the U.S. Postal Service to deliver the goods and more than $1 million worth of the synthetic weed was confiscated when he was busted.
The "Breaking Bad" TV show followed a former high school teacher who turned to cooking and selling meth.
A souvenir hazmat suit signed by the show's cast was also seized when Carroll was arrested.
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