Heroin? Really? Is it at least blue? Heisenberg would be very disappointed until the second he melted them both down with carbolic acid.
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Two New York men were charged today with distributing “Breaking Bad”-branded heroin that was so potent it caused the overdose death of three users, according to federal officials.
Dennis Sica, 36, and John Rohlman, 25, are named in a criminal complaint charging them with conspiracy to distribute heroin, which carries a mandatory minimum of 20 years in prison due to the deaths resulting from the drug’s sale.
The “Breaking Bad” heroin is seen in the above Drug Enforcement Administration evidence photo. The glassine envelopes are stamped with the logo from the popular cable TV drama about a high school chemistry teacher who turns into a methamphetamine trafficker.
According to prosecutors, the “Breaking Bad” heroin was “laced with fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is significantly stronger than street heroin.” Sica and Rohlman have been accused of distributing the heroin between late-2013 and February 2014, when Sica was arrested for drug possession following a vehicle stop.