A high school chemistry teacher found himself in hot water over the weekend when he was charged with making methamphetamine in his school lab, the Bakersfield Californian reported.
Jeff Scheidemantel, 32, who taught at Shafter High School, came under suspicion when he went online to buy red phosphorus, an important ingredient for making the drug, from a supplier outside the U.S.
According to FoxNews, police found weapons and meth recipes in his lab, and the man's on paid administrative leave while school officials "investigate". Amazing.
I wonder how vigorously the CTA will defend him....