Officials: Teachers produced drugs
Prosecutors in St. Petersburg charged two Russian high school teachers with producing and selling drugs, a case Russian media compared to “Breaking Bad.”
Prosecutors accused a chemistry teacher of setting up an underground lab to produce amphetamine.
They said Friday the man engaged a colleague, who taught physics at school, to help find customers. The two sold about 2.9 pounds of the drug on six separate occasions.
They face a 20-year sentence if convicted.