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Randy Lamberghts, Dartmouth Student, Busted For Meth Lab

08/30/2011 12:26 pm ET | Updated Oct 30, 2011

A Dartmouth student has been arrested after the discovery of an alleged methamphetamine lab in his apartment, the Union Leader reports.

Randy Lamberghts, 28, a chemistry graduate student, was charged with attempted manufacture of methamphetamine/amphetamine.

A Belgium native, Lamberghts's graduation date was not available on Dartmouth's website, the Darmouth reports.

The lab was found Sunday in Lamberghts's apartment, which shares a street with undergraduate housing. The apartment building was evacuated and Lamberghts is being held on $20,000 bail.

According to his profile on Dartmouth's Dunlap Lab website, Lamberghts "received his B.S. in Chemistry and M.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Ghent, Belgium. His current research involves identifying novel components of the Neurospora circadian clock using classical genetic mapping as well as next-generation sequencing techniques. He enjoys travelling and plans to see all of South America after graduation."

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