WOODBURY, CT (TND) — A traffic stop in Connecticut led to a reverend being charged with dealing crystal meth, according to authorities.
Herbert Irving Miller, 63, was arrested on Feb. 9 after officers discovered he was driving with a suspended registration and failed to maintain insurance requirements, Connecticut State Police reported.
Police added an investigation revealed Miller had "crystal methamphetamine in both rock and liquefied into a hypodermic needle prepared for injection."
A previous post on the church's website states that Miller "feels that a church should strive to have a welcoming family feel and find opportunities to go out into the community."
Miller was transported to Troop L in Litchfield where he was processed and released on a $10,000 non-surety bond, according to state police.
He is scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on Feb. 23.
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