But first this half-hour, the crime story with distinct overtones of "Breaking bad" authorities say a sophisticated meth lab was found. Neighbors shocked that something like this was being set up... See More
But first this half-hour, the crime story with distinct overtones of "Breaking bad" authorities say a sophisticated meth lab was found. Neighbors shocked that something like this was being set up right under their noses. And ABC's Linzie Janis has the story. Reporter: It this is incredible. Police searched the mansion outside of Cleveland wearing equipment to protect themselves from the explosive mixture of chemicals. I am the danger. I am the one who knocks. Reporter: Meth labs, loaded guns and drug busts, all expected in an episode of AMC's "Breaking bad." But in a wealthy Cleveland suburb, neighbors are feeling dupe after learning the man living next door in a million-dollar mansion is a real-life Walter white. The chemicals that were located are very difficult and dangerous for explosive and fire hazards and we acted as quickly as we could. Reporter: They arrested this man, after they say he put together a unique meth lab, police say he built a lab, a hissenberg-like method. It was located in the bedroom along with some manuals, as well as equipment for this actual method which is significantly rare. Reporter: But it wasn't all flasks, masks and chemicals, deputies uncovered guns, they sophisticated 11 shotguns and one handgun. One handgun locked and loaded. Police say that he did all of this while living right across the street from a police officer. He's due back in court on Tuesday. The investigation is ongoing. Police say they know where he got the chemicals. Neighbors are lucky this lab wasn't fully functional. All right, Linzie, thank you. Lot of other news overnight. Check in with Ryan who's filling
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