Pennsylvania postmaster accused of mail theft

DUBOIS – A DuBois woman accused of stealing money from greeting cards while working at an area post office is now facing additional charges.

Several victims who were missing greeting cards and money from them contacted police after reading about the charges against Jody Lynne Cavazza, 56, 382 DuBois Rockton Rd., DuBois, in a Courier-Express article on April 13.

Cavazza is charged with two counts each of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property in the original case. In a new case filed recently, she is charged with 11 counts each of theft and receiving stolen property. She waived her right to a preliminary hearing during centralized court.

Cavazza, who is an employee of the Rockton Post Office, allegedly took cash, gift cards, lottery tickets and more from greeting cards going through the Rockton Post Office. Some of the cards were delivered opened or resealed and others were never delivered at all.

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