People from all walks of life could be connected to illicit drugs like crystal meth. Most people probably think they can spot a person easily that has an connection to illicit drugs like crystal meth because we often associate drug dealers for example as being tuff looking people that can easily stand out in a crowd.
It's hard to imagine a person connected with drug use or drug trafficking to be a compassionate and prominent member of society, but people in all walks of life have been found guilty in the past, connected with drugs like meth or other illegal substances.
Monsignor Kevin Wallin a former priest could face up to twenty years in prison if he's convicted for allegedly conspiring to distribute meth. If the former priest is found guilty, not only could he spend 20 years in prison but also be fined as much as 2 million dollars according to an article on nbcconnecticut.com. On January 3rd, the 61 year old former priest was arrested and charged with 6 counts of possession of crystal meth with the intent to distribute.
Monsignor Kevin Wallin is accused of receiving shipments of crystal meth and also for selling the drugs to an undercover officer 6 times between September of 2012 and January 2013 according to another article found on catholic.org.
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