Louisville — Jim “Bo” Warner started his job as a mailman back in 1974.
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night can keep this ray of sunshine from his route or recipients.
“All 407 customers to me are family,” Warner said. “The people on my route are my family. We have cried together, laughed together, we’ve been at the hospital together, funeral homes, and they don’t want me to retire. So, as long as the Lord gives me good health and I have the energy, I’m here to stay.” Continue reading →
Savannah, N.Y. (WHAM) – State Police arrested a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) mail carrier Tuesday for allegedly stealing money out of cards on her route.
According to our news partners at the Times of Wayne County, Lindsay Snyder, 24, is accused of picking out what she believed to be greeting or birthday cards from customers on her route and steal any cash, or gift cards she found. Continue reading →
STOCKTON — There’s an uptick in mail theft in California, according to the US Postal Service. Multiple Stockton neighborhoods are part of that trend after being hit by mail thieves throughout the last couple of months.
The most recent theft happened Sunday on Joshua Tree Circle.
Surveillance video from early Sunday shows two suspects drive up to the mailbox that’s shared by multiple homes. One pries open the mailbox and the other cleans it out. Continue reading →
MILL CREEK, Wash. – It’s a mail thief’s dream, stealing a Postal Service master key to all the mailboxes and blue collection bins in two zip codes.
On Tuesday, a mail carrier says a group of thieves started a conversation with her and distracted her long enough to grab her master key. It happened in Mill Creek in the 98021 and 98012 zip codes. Continue reading →
DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. – The United States Postal Service has launched an investigation after residents in DeKalb County reported to Channel 2 Action News seeing a worker dumping several bins of mail in the woods.
The mailman caught on camera spraying three lap dogs with what appears to be pepper spray has been charged.
John Brucewayne O’Veal, 21, faces three misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty.
In video exclusive to Eyewitness News, a uniformed US Postal Service letter carrier is seen approaching a home in northwest Houston. The dogs run to a tall gate and are sprayed with what appears to be pepper spray. Their owners said they couldn’t open their eyes for 3 hours afterwards.
The dogs never seemed to pose a threat. The mailman and the mailbox were on one side. The dogs were on the other.