Voyeur Pastor Believed To Have Been Trading Drugs To Watch Couples Have Sex

Connecticut pastor Herbert Irving Miller, 63 was arrested on Feb. 9 after police found him operating his vehicle with a suspended registration and without proper insurance. During a search, Miller was in possession of crystal meth in both rock form and liquefied into a hypodermic needle prepared for injection. The Connecticut State Police arrested and charged Miller with operating an unregistered vehicle, operating a vehicle without the minimum insurance, use of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to sell or dispense narcotics and possession of a controlled substance. In addition to the narcotics find, the Woodbury Police Department received a tip that Miller was allegedly dealing drugs from his house right next to the Woodbury United Methodist Church, WFSB reported. Police told WFSB that investigators believe Miller was providing the meth and in exchange he wanted to see couples have sex. Private voyeur

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