Men facing charges for breaking in to PO boxes across Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS(KTNV) – Two men are facing charges in connection with multiple PO box break-ins across Las Vegas.

According to a federal complaint filed on September 11, the United States Postal Inspection Service received numerous reports of theft from PO boxes at various post office locations in Las Vegas.

The complaint states surveillance footage caught a white male adult entering the Spring Valley Post Office around 11:25 pm on July 8. The footage shows the man using a crowbar to pry open PO boxes.

Source: Men facing charges for breaking in to PO boxes across Las Vegas – KTNV.com Las Vegas

Delinquents steal mail out of mailboxes, open letters exposing personal information

JACKSON, Mich. (WILX) – It may seem like a petty act of vandalism but it’s also a serious crime that has people in one Mid-Michigan neighborhood worried that their personal information may have been stolen.

Residents in one Jackson County neighborhood were surprised to wake up Thursday morning to find their mail scattered about the street.

It happened along Lowell Street in the City of Jackson overnight.Leanne Jones took her dogs outside Thursday morning and as she made her way down the driveway she was a little taken back.

Source: Delinquents steal mail out of mailboxes, open letters exposing personal information

USPS operations return to normal in SW Florida after Irma

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA– If you’re expecting a package this week, mail operations are returning to normal in Southwest Florida after Hurricane Irma.

The Post Office on Marco Island on E. Elkcam Circle is now offering limited retail services in a Mobile Retail Unit placed on site.

Customers can pick up their P.O. Box mail at this location.

Elsewhere, all other Post Offices have returned to normal, offering limited delivery and retail services.

Source: USPS service operations return to normal after Hurricane Irma – Fox 4 Now WFTX Fort Myers/Cape Coral

Former mailman sentenced to 2 years probation for dumping 15K pieces of mail in DC sewers

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — A former United States Postal Service worker was sentenced Wednesday to two years probation and 150 hours of community service for dumping 15,000 pieces of U.S. mail in sewers in Northeast Washington.

Christopher Newton, 23, received less community service time than his attorney requested which was 200 hours, according to ABC7’s Sam Ford. Continue reading