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Scientist gets himself arrested after calling cops for suspected break-in

via Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office
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A New York scientist, Matthew Leshinsky, pleaded guilty to charges related to operating a meth lab resembling “Breaking Bad” after reporting a break-in at his business.

Police found a clandestine lab producing meth and other controlled substances.

“This defendant was operating a Breaking Bad-style drug lab and tried to conceal it under the guise of a legitimate business,” Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond Tierney stated.

“He then inadvertently turned himself in when he reported that a burglary occurred at that same business.”

Leshinsky admitted guilt to 13 charges, including manufacturing meth and possessing related materials.

Despite claiming to analyze drug addiction for public benefit, he faces sentencing in March.

His attorney denied selling meth and mentioned Leshinsky lacked proper certification for his work.

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