Pastor Arrested for Allegedly Selling Drugs in Connecticut Methodist Church

In a shocking turn of events, the Rev. Herbert Irving Miller, a 63-year-old pastor at a Methodist church in Woodbury, Connecticut, was arrested earlier this month on charges of allegedly selling drugs. The arrest has sent shockwaves through the community, as the clergyman had been a trusted figure since July.

Miller, known as “Cleric Herbie,” is accused of selling crystal methamphetamine, also known as speed, ice, dunk, no doze, or white cross. The arrest took place on South Main Street, where undercover officers apprehended him while he was allegedly conducting a drug deal from a car parked near the church. Upon searching the vehicle, authorities discovered methamphetamine in both rock and liquid form, as well as a hypodermic needle. Additionally, the car lacked proper registration and insurance, leading to further charges of illegal operation of a motor vehicle.

Following his arrest, Miller was incarcerated but later released on a $10,000 bond. He listed his address as the rectory. His court appearance is scheduled for Friday. The United Methodist Church has since removed him from his position as an elder.

Woodbury, a town known for its famous mile-long stretch of antique stores, flea markets, and curbside sales, has been left stunned by this scandal involving a minister allegedly involved in drug trafficking. The incident has tarnished the reputation of the church and shaken the trust of the community.

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Author: CrimeDoor

1 Response

  1. Wow, this is such an intriguing post! The Rev. has always been a fascinating figure, and I’m sure many people would love to read about these shocking events. I would be more than happy to share this post on my social media accounts or even on my own website to help promote it and reach a wider audience. Let me know if you’re interested, and I’ll be sure to spread the word!

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