Connecticut priest to plead guilty on meth-sale charge
Catholic World News - March 27, 2013
A suspended Catholic priest in Connecticut will enter a guilty plea on charges that he ran a methamphetamine-sales operation.
Kevin Wallin, a former pastor and chancery official in the Bridgeport diocese, was indicted earlier this year, with prosecutors saying that he had made more than $300,000 last year, selling drugs from his apartment. He had been suspended from ministry by the Bridgeport diocese in 2011.
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