Last week, the archdiocese placed Sister Kimberly Miller on administrative leave after images surfaced that showed the sister failing a field sobriety test.
Sister Kimberly Miller has been accused of backing a pickup into the front door of a Meineke Auto Shop in Turnersville at approximately 3:00 a.m. on November 7th.
Police stopped the truck a short distance away and a passerby recorded video of an officer administering the test to the sister.
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