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Ireland A pair of Arkansas chemistry professors are accused of cooking meth in a school lab

13:31  18 november  2019
13:31  18 november  2019 Source:   washingtonpost.com

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Two Arkansas professors have been accused of making meth at their school . Henderson State University chemistry professors Terry David Bateman, 45, and Bradley Allen Rowland, 40, in Arkadelphia, Ark., were arrested Friday and face charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and

In what could be described as a scene out of the AMC show Breaking Bad, two chemistry professors were accused of making methamphetamine in a Terry David Bateman, 45, and Bradley Allen Rowland, 40, who both worked at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas , as associate

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Two Arkansas professors have been accused of making meth at their school.

Henderson State University chemistry professors Terry David Bateman, 45, and Bradley Allen Rowland, 40, in Arkadelphia, Ark., were arrested Friday and face charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and using drug paraphernalia, Clark County Sheriff Jason Watson said in a statement.

Both professors were the subject of an investigation that started with the university’s chief of police, Watson said.

Bateman and Rowland have been on administrative leave since Oct. 11, three days after reports of an undetermined chemical odor at a university science center, according to a statement by Henderson State University spokeswoman Tina Hall.

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Two Chemistry Professors in Arkansas Arrested for Making Meth in School Lab . Two chemistry professors from Henderson State University in Arkansas have been arrested on charges of cooking up methamphetamine in the university science lab .

The professors went on administrative leave as of Oct. 11, Tina V. Hall, a university associate vice president of marketing and communications, said on Testing revealed an elevated presence of benzyl chloride in a lab , she said. Benzyl chloride is used to produce certain dyes and pharmaceutical

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Initial testing indicated an elevated presence of benzyl chloride, a chemical that can be used to synthesize meth, in a laboratory, she said. The building’s on-call environmental service company closed the building for remediation work. The building opened its doors again Oct. 29 after third-party testing showed that it met all recommendations for occupancy.

“The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is a top priority, and we continue to cooperate with authorities,” she said.

The Henderson State University chief of police could not immediately be reached for comment about the initial investigation.

Clark County District Court Judge Randy Hill will schedule first appearances for Bateman and Rowland pending a formal charging decision by Clark County Prosecutor Dan Turner, according to Watson. The investigation is ongoing, he said. 

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The pair , who both work as associate professors of chemistry at Arkansas ' Henderson State She confirmed that after tests, benzyl chloride was found in the labs the professors worked within. The pair aren 't the first to try and recreate the magic from the hit series. A 74-year-old college professor

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Two Arkansas college chemistry professors have been arrested on charges of making meth , in an apparent The arrests drew comparisons to the central character in the hit TV series “Breaking Bad,” in which a high school chemistry teacher began making methamphetamine .

Bateman, an associate professor and director of undergraduate research, has been with the university for 10 years. Rowland has been there since 2014.

Bateman and Rowland did not respond to requests for comment. It is unclear if they have legal representation.

Manufacturing methamphetamine is a felony that could carry a sentence of up to 40 years in prison. A conviction of using drug paraphernalia could mean up to 20 years in prison, according to the Arkansas-based law firm Huffman Butler.

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