Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston’s 911 call released after news of stolen script

March 27, 2013

Sandia Crest, New Mexico, United States (4E) – Months after Bryan Cranston’s car has been burgled in New Mexico, the actor’s emergency call to 911 gets released.

An hour after the incident, which is said to have happened last December, Cranston placed a call to 911 to report the theft. “I need to report a breaking and entering into my automobile,” saying that the incident happened in a parking lot in Sandia Crest, “way up top of the hill.”

He added, “They broke my passenger window, and I’m on my way to Albuquerque Audi to turn it in.” He also asked if a police officer could meet him there for further reportage. He did not say

Meanwhile, while no mention about the script or any missing item was in the call, the items reportedly include a personal belongings and a script of Breaking Bad.

On Tuesday, Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Aaron Williamson told E! News, “We received info from a confidential informant that he knew of an individual having a script from Breaking Bad and wanted to know if anyone wanted to buy an iPad.”

The said individual, named Xavier McAfee, 29, was arrested on suspicion of burglary and is in custody since Friday. He reportedly committed the crime last December.


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