MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – A mail mix-up had a new grandfather distraught, worried hundreds of dollars worth of baby clothes were nearly lost.
Jamey Weatherspoon’s daughter in Midwest City was expecting her first son and his first grandchild this month.
“I’m just excited.”Weatherspoon is a trucker and lives his life on the road. With his children out of reach, he wanted to make his daughter’s first experience as a mother as special as possible.
So through his travels, he would stop when he could and buy baby clothes, amassing $600 worth of baby things for the new mother.
Then he made plans to have it delivered via USPS by the baby’s due date, with insured, certified mail.
“Get it certified so someone would have to sign and show I.D.,” Weatherspoon said.
But his fears were realized when the package was delivered to the wrong address, signed for by a stranger.