Earlier this week, Crime Time posted an item about a Catholic priest in Darien, Conn., who went to prison after pleading guilty to charges that he stole about $1.3 million from his parish.
Well, now another man of the cloth -- a fake one, actually -- is in trouble.
A man dressed in black and wearing crosses and a white collar told clerks at a store in West Pittston, Penn. to charge his groceries to St. Rocco's Roman Catholic Church.
But clerks became suspicious when the man tried to buy energy drinks and cigarettes.
Read more about the case of the phony priest.
-- Bill Miller