‘Monsignor Meth’ gets more prison time for failed drug test

  • Kevin Wallin, a former Roman Catholic priest, enters the federal courthouse in Hartford, Conn., Thursday Aug. 30, 2018. The disgraced former Bridgeport Diocese priest whose addiction and drug dealing earned him the nickname “Monsignor Meth,” was sent back to prison for nine months for failing another drug test while on supervised release. ( Christian Abraham/Hearst Connecticut Media via AP)

HARTFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut Roman Catholic priest who ran a methamphetamine ring was sent back to prison for nine months on Thursday for failing another drug test while on supervised release from his first stint behind bars.

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