Western NY mail handler admits stealing $128K worth of merchandise from the mail

U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced yesterday that Jeremy Lieberman, 34, of Rochester, N.Y. had pleaded guilty to stealing from the mail while employed at the Rochester priority mail processing facility. Authorities say that while on the job, Lieberman rifled through and stole coins, jewelry, diamonds and other valuables from packages being mailed. He then sold the stolen items at area pawn shops and gold exchanges.

Lieberman faces a sentence of up to 10 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine. Sentencing is set for December 4.

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  • David Miranda

    I can hear them now……….It’s managements fault!!!

    • hmmmmmmm

      Very original! Not!

      David- the funny thing about your comment, which is the same one you post every time a bargaining unit employee gets in trouble, is that no one ever actually blames management!

      You’re apparently the only person on earth that thinks that someone will blame management for a craft employee’s misdeeds. Why do you think that is?

      And of course, you never have anything to say when a manager gets in trouble. Isn’t that curious??

    • JackTripper

      I agree with hmmmmmm…not a lot of posts when it comes to Craft personnel…but watch out if they mention management losers caught stealing….no one should worry though…the Union has their back…The Union will spend time on the losers and make a big hubbub about it while they are closing Postal Facilities left and right and the Union is raising a big victory flag while watching good jobs go by the wayside…keep up the good work….at least until your plant closes like ours did and our Union did s..t.