? Monsignor Kevin Wallin, who is seen here on the left next to former Bridgeport Bishop William Lori, was arrested by federal agents at his Waterbury home last year.
NEW HAVEN, CT (AP) -
A court filing shows a suspended Roman Catholic priest in Connecticut accused of taking in more than $300,000 from sales of methamphetamines plans to plead guilty to 1 of the charges against him.
Kevin Wallin is scheduled to appear in U.S. District Court in Hartford next week for a hearing in which he would plead guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Tuesday's filing was obtained by The Associated Press.
A message left with his attorney was not immediately returned.
Authorities say the 61-year-old Wallin had methamphetamine mailed to him from co-conspirators in California and made more than $300,000 in drugs sales out of his apartment in Waterbury last year.
Wallin is the former pastor of St. Augustine Parish in Bridgeport.
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