A pastor has been arrested for allegedly dealing crystal meth from out of this church's rectory.

Herbert Miller, 63, the reverend of the Woodbury United Methodist Church in Connecticut, was arrested on Friday, February 9, after police received information that he was involved in drugs. 

The holy man was charged with possession of narcotics with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance, and use of drug paraphernalia among other charges.

Police had pulled over Miller in Woodbury and found with crystal methamphetamine in both rock and liquid form, the latter of which was discovered in a hypodermic, according to a police report. 

The authorities added he was 'observed operating his vehicle with a suspended registration for failing to maintain insurance requirements,' before the drugs were then found.

Miller may have been selling the meth in exchange for watching gay couples have sex, according to unverified suggestions by a local outlet that initially reported the arrest. 

Police are believed to have been tipped off about the reverend's alleged illegal activities and were able to apprehend him through the help of cooperating witness who facilitated a drug deal set-up.

In a plot similar to Breaking Bad, there is no indication of how long he may have been dealing drugs on the side of his day job.

 Miller was released on $10,000 bail and is due to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on February 23.

Following his arrest, Miller was removed from the church's website, it is unclear whether or not he remains in employment as a pastor. 

He had previously served as pastor of First United Methodist Church in Shelton before being hired by Woodbury United Methodist Church in July.