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Photo of what was seized from the 'Breaking Bad' contest winner Ryan Carroll's home.

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Photo of what was seized from the "Breaking Bad" contest winner Ryan Carroll's home.

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Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million. The drug, sold as packets and in liquid form, is pictured inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers.
  • Aerial photo of items seized from a San Carlos Park home used in a drug operation.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott speaks at a press conference about a New Year's Eve drug bust on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers. Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million. The packaged drug is pictured inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott speaks at a press conference about a New Year's Eve drug bust on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers. Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
The 'Breaking Bad' contest winner is busted on drug charges in San Carlos Park had his souvenir hazmat suit, signed by Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, seized along with an estimated $1 million in synthetic marijuana. Here the hazmat is pictured during a press conference inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers.
  • The 'Breaking Bad' contest winner busted on drug charges in San Carlos Park had his souvenir hazmat suit, signed by Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, seized along with an estimated $1 million in synthetic marijuana.
  • Photo of what was seized from the 'Breaking Bad' contest winner Ryan Carroll's home.
  • Items seized from the 'Breaking Bad' fan home.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
The press documents what was seized from the 'Breaking Bad' contest winner Ryan Carroll's home during a conference inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers. The 'Breaking Bad' contest winner is busted on drug charges in San Carlos Park had an estimated $1 million in synthetic marijuana.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott speaks at a press conference about a New Year's Eve drug bust on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers. Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million. The packaged drug is pictured inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million. Deputies smell the packaged drug inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office during a press conference on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated $1.2 million worth of synthetic marijuana. Here, the substance used to make the drug is pictured during a press conference inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Following the raid of a San Carlos home, where where three men lived, including the winner of a nationwide 'Breaking Bad' contest, investigators confiscated hundreds of pre-packaged synthetic marijuana packets worth about $1.2 million. Deputies observe the drug inside the Lee County Sheriff's Office during a press conference on January 2, 2014 in Fort Myers.

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