Real-Life Walter White In Meth Bust

(Lockwood, MT) -- The "Breaking Bad" protagonist isn't the only Walter White in the meth business. A Montana man who shares his name with the hit show's kingpin was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for methamphetamine possession and a firearms conviction. Walter Jack White is among a number of people busted in a meth trafficking ring credited for bringing the drug to Billings, Montana, beginning last year. A judge held White responsible for about 32 pounds of meth. Police raided White's home after his son shot him in January over a drug debt.
White pleaded guilty, and apologized for dealing drugs. He said he tried to get out of the business, but suppliers threatened him.