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Connecticut pastor found with crystal meth during traffic stop, police say

A Connecticut pastor was arrested last week on five charges, including possession of crystal meth, authorities said. Herbert Miller, a Woodbury church leader, has since been released on $10,000 bail after police said they found him in possession of crystal methamphetamine in rock and liquid form.

In an arrest report, state police said Miller, 63, was found driving without a valid registration because he was suspended for not having proper insurance.

“A subsequent investigation revealed that Miller was in possession of crystal methamphetamine in the form of rock and liquefied in a hypodermic needle prepared for injection,” police said in the report, adding that he was released on bond of $10,000.

Pastor Herb Miller, 63, was found in possession of crystal meth during a traffic stop, police said.

Connecticut State Police

Miller was charged with five counts: driving an unregistered vehicle, driving a vehicle without minimum insurance, using drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to sell narcotics and possession of a controlled substance, the police report states. He is due in court on February 23.

According to the Connecticut Post, Miller was the pastor of First United Methodist Church in Shelton before becoming pastor of Woodbury United Methodist Church last July.

Pastor Bill Florin of the Shelton church told CBS News on Tuesday that “Herbert Miller is not the pastor of our local Shelton church” but provided no further comment. When CBS News called the Woodbury United Methodist Church, Miller was identified as their pastor in the facility’s voicemail message. CBS News has also reached out to the New York Annual Conference for comment.

Prior to Connecticut churches, Miller served as pastor at Park Slope United Methodist Church in Brooklyn, New York and studied at Yale Divinity School, according to his social media. The Park Slope church says Miller was named to its leadership in 2004 and served there until 2018. During that tenure, the church said, he helped lead support for Occupy Wall Street and began a Sunday dinner program.

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