An excerpt from the Mayfield Heights OH police log as published by the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
A woman reported Aug. 19 a man was near her home and handed her some mail that belonged to her. She said he didn’t have a postal worker’s uniform on or any identification on him. Responding officers learned the man was a United States Postal Service worker but was on a 90-day probationary period and was not supposed to be working that day. He allowed officers to check his vehicle and they found more mail. He told them it was mail that had fallen out of his bag and he decided to deliver it without telling his supervisor because he did not want to get in trouble. The man was sent home and a supervisor from the post office came to deliver the remainder of the mail.