The public reacts on Reddit to the discovery of an MSU instructor's meth lab bust from 2020.

Michigan State University students tried their hands at internet sleuthing and broke a case wide open like Scooby and the gang.  One student suspected him from day one according to,

On the first day of class, he had a "yelling outburst" telling "students to shut up" and said he would not answer questions about MSU's D2L assignment software because he "didn't know how to use it."

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MSU sophomore Mackenzie Allbee went on to say that the Kinesiology instructor had a more aggressive outburst on day 2 of class. That was followed by the class being canceled for the next three days by the instructor.

After Allbee did a little digging she found a press release from Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office regarding a meth lab bust in March of 2020 in Lousiana.  A then 29-year-old Brendan Doyle who was a professor at Nicholls State University was implicated in the bust.

Redditor's Reactions to MSU Instructor's Meth Lab Bust

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Records show that Doyle was charged and served his time for the creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory for the unlawful manufacture of a controlled dangerous substance.  However, MSU officials say that none of this information was on Doyle's background check.

MSU Kinesiology Instructor Brendan Doyle is currently on leave until further notice.

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