Cops in Alabama on the Lookout for Meth Maker Named Walter White

In the most incredible case yet of Breaking Bad coming to life, the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office has turned to the public for help in tracking down a meth cooker named Walter White.

The 55-year-old, whose name happens to be identical to that of Breaking Bad's protagonist/antagonist, actually broke bad before the hit AMC show started airing. He was first arrested in 2008 on a variety of drug charges, including meth trafficking and manufacturing.

In January of this year, White violated his parole when he returned to his old ways and was subsequently arrested. A writ was issued by a Tuscaloosa County circuit judge last week after White failed to show up to a scheduled court appearance.

If you know where he is you can call the sheriff's office at 205-752-0616 or CrimeStoppers at 205-752-STOP. And if you hear a knock at the door, for the love of God don't answer it.

[mug shot via Tuscaloosa News]