A real life "Breaking Bad" episode unfolded in New Mexico.
High school chemistry teacher John Gose pleaded guilty earlier this week to producing meth.
The 56-year-old taught chemistry, science and vocational training at high schools and middle schools in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and El Paso, Texas.
The case bears a striking resemblance to the storyline of breaking bad's main character: Walter White.
Both are in New Mexico, with a middle aged chemistry teacher making meth.
Gose was arrested last October during a traffic stop in Las Cruces. Police found a white Styrofoam ice chest with all of the tools needed to make meth: glassware, rubber tubing and chemicals.
A later search of property Gose owns turned up enough chemicals to make about a pound of meth, worth more than 40-thousand dollars on the street.
The judge in the case ordered Gose to undergo a 60-day diagnostic evaluation before he's sentenced.