OIG: Ohio postal worker had 2,000 pieces of mail stashed in his car

uspsoigThe Weirton Daily Times reports that an unnamed postal worker in Steubenville, Ohio, has been placed in “non-duty, non-pay status” after 2,000 pieces of mail were found in the employee’s personal vehicle. According to the Office of Inspector General, a supervisor noticed the mail in the employee’s car, and contacted the OIG.

No charges have been filed yet, but the OIG says it has referred the matter to USPS officials for disciplinary action.

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