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Man wears "Breaking Bad" shirt after meth arrest

Mmaterials allegedly used to manufacture methamphetamine at the La Grange Highlands, Ill. home of Daniel Kowalski.
AP Photo/Cook County Sheriff's Office

CHICAGO - Daniel Kowalski, a suburban Chicago man accused of operating a methamphetamine lab, appears in his booking photo wearing a T-shirt from the television show "Breaking Bad."

Kowalski's mug shot shows him wearing a T-shirt for the fictional Los Pollos Hermanos chicken restaurant depicted in the AMC show about a methamphetamine manufacturer.

The Cook County Sheriff's Office says deputies acting on a tip checked Kowalski's home Monday. They found beakers, burners, chemicals and instructions for making meth in the house in unincorporated La Grange Highlands. Twelve jars of psychedelic mushrooms were also recovered, reports the Sun-Times Media Wire.

The 21-year-old Kowalski is charged with felony possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine manufacturing materials and precursors. He was arrested in July 2013 on similar charges.

Kowalski's bond was set Wednesday at $100,000. It wasn't immediately known if he has an attorney.

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Cook County Sheriff via CBS Chicago
Daniel Kowalski