Ever wonder what $1 million in meth looks like? Well, it's enough to fill a closet.
Investigators in central Florida recently uncovered 80 pounds of methamphetamine in an upscale Orange County neighborhood, following a tip last week.
Officers first pulled over Jose Calvillo after he left the Lake Nona house. They discovered an estimated $120,000 worth of meth in the truck, according to the Orlando Sentinel. After obtaining a search warrant for the suspected stash house, Homeland Security investigators uncovered the additional $1 million of meth in a closet under a staircase.
But that's not all that was found at the home.
Aside from the massive meth cache, a WFTV reporter also spotted a Walter White toy hanging from a vehicle in the driveway.
Dead giveaway? Maybe not as much as being a meth dealer and sharing the same name as the master meth cook character from "Breaking Bad."
Calvillo and 44-year-old Jose Martinez-Romero were arrested in conjunction with the illicit drug discovery. Because Homeland Security is handling the case, the recovered meth may be part of an international drug operation, WFTV notes.