'Breaking Bad' script absent after man softens into character's auto up New Mexico
Prevailing voices in the U.S. have captured a man who purportedly broke into "Breaking Bad" character Bryan Cranston's auto late a year ago and took a script for the in vogue broadcasted program.
Bernalillo County Sheriff's authorities reported Monday that 29-year-old Xavier Macafee is being held on suspicion of robbery. They state none of the taken things have been recouped, however analysts are researching.
Sheriff's authorities state Cranston's auto was broken into Dec. 20 while it was stopped at Sandia Peak in New Mexico.
The honor-scoring AMC TV sequence is shooting its fifth and last period.
A call to AMC arrange authorities for remark on the script burglary wasn't quickly turned around.
"Breaking Bad" takes after Cranston's character, Walter White, preparing and pitching methamphetamine with an earlier understudy.