ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Postal customers, friends and family are remembering an Albuquerque mail carrier who was killed Monday after trying to break-up a fight between a mom and her teen son. Continue reading
HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Police released the name of the postal carrier killed in a crash on Interstate 295 in Henrico County. Continue reading
A Kettering postal worker took off from a police cruiser early Saturday, crashed his vehicle into a residence and was found with suspected cocaine and U.S. mail, according to a Dayton police report. Continue reading
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Postal Inspectors are investigating a series of ‘dock thefts’ at two Henderson post office locations which could affect thousands of customers.
A postal inspector says two locations, one at 404 S. Boulder Highway, and another at 1575 Horizon Ridge Parkway have reported someone is stealing plastic trays of mail, potentially holding between two and three thousand letter-sized pieces of mail from restricted areas.
“It’s quite unusual,” said Liz Davis, postal inspector with the Phoenix Division.
“It’s pretty bold to go into a restricted space, a back dock is typically in a gated area that is restricted to employees only,” added Davis.
LOVES PARK, Ill. (WIFR) — Updated: April 15, 2019, 6:05 p.m. Loves Park Police Chief Chuck Lynde tells 23 News a package with a motorcycle battery exploded at the building on Monday. Continue reading
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- A video that’s been viewed thousands of times online appears to show a woman encouraging a child to steal a package from a doorstep. Continue reading
Two Dayton postal workers ripped open Priority Mail packages they suspected contained drugs and kept the marijuana and methamphetamine they found, according to federal court documents. Continue reading
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It is another step towards justice for the family of a beloved Albuquerque postal worker. Police said the body of Marilyn Gandert was found beaten, stabbed, and burned last year. Continue reading
CHICAGO (Fox 32 News) – Legislation aimed at helping state police catch perpetrators of shootings on Illinois highways passed a major hurdle Thursday afternoon. Continue reading