Priest on sabbatical arrested for spreading gospel of meth, cops say1/17/2013
Monsignor Kevin Wallin took a sabbatical from the priesthood in June 2011, citing "health and personal issues." It turns out the pastor might have left his post at St. Augustine Parish in Bridgeport, Conn., to break bad. Wallin, described as "a gifted, accomplished and compassionate priest," was arrested earlier this month as an alleged member of a meth distribution ring. Four other men were also busted. Wallin’s Walter White turn reportedly included selling meth from a California distributor to an undercover cop six times between September 2012 and January of this year. If convicted of the unholy charges, Wallin faces up to 20 years in the clink. [Source]
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