WOODBURY, Conn. — A Connecticut pastor has been arrested on allegations that he bought crystal meth out of his church’s rectory, police mentioned.
The reverend of a United Methodist Church in Woodbury was taken into custody Friday after police obtained a tip in regards to the medicine, authorities mentioned.
The pastor was charged with possession of narcotics with intent to promote, possession of a managed substance and use of drug paraphernalia, amongst different fees.
The reverend was launched on $10,000 bail and was ordered to seem in Waterbury Superior Courtroom on Feb. 23.
Telephone and electronic mail messages have been left Monday for the pastor and the church.
State police mentioned in a information launch that the pastor was present in possession of crystal methamphetamine in each rock type and that had been liquefied right into a hypodermic needle.
Police mentioned they arrested the pastor on the web site of a purported drug deal arrange by a cooperating witness who had tipped them off, the Republican-American of Waterbury reported.