A suspended Roman Catholic priest accused of making more than $300,000 in methamphetamine sales out of his Connecticut apartment while running an adult video and sex toy shop pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal drug charge.
To onlookers, Monsignor Kevin Wallin’s fall from grace at his Connecticut parish was like something out of “Breaking Bad,” the television series about a high school chemistry teacher who becomes a methamphetamine lord.
A Connecticut Roman Catholic priest has pleaded not guilty to federal drug charges accusing him of taking in more than $300,000 from sales of methamphetamines.
State police and DEA agents have broken up a methamphetamine distribution ring operating in Connecticut and California. One of the participants is reported to be a former priest in the Bridgeport Diocese.
A Connecticut man has pleaded guilty to federal charges of selling homemade pipe bombs in the Bronx.