Postal Worker Previously Charged with Mail Theft Now Charged With Identity Theft
Boston – A Roxbury man was charged today in federal court with one count of aggravated identity theft.
Mark Dozier, 56, a/k/a Louis Dozer, was charged in a superseding indictment with one count of aggravated identity theft. Dozier was previously charged in an indictment with one count of theft of mail. It is alleged that Dozier, an employee of the United States Postal Service, knowingly lied on his Postal application by using the identification of another person.
If convicted, Dozier faces a mandatory minimum of two years in prison, to be served consecutively to any sentence he might receive on the theft of mail charge.
United States Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz; Rafael Medina, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Postal Service, Office of the Inspector General, Northeast Area Field Office; John Gibbons, United States Marshal for the District of Massachusetts; and Scott Antolik, Special Agent in Charge of the Office of Inspector General, Social Security Administration, Office of Investigations, Boston Field Division, made the announcement today. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Eugenia M. Carris of Ortiz’s Public Corruption and Special Prosecutions Unit.