Waterbury CT USPS supervisor charged with stealing parcel loaded with cocaine

WATERBURY — A U.S. Postal Service supervisor was arrested after federal authorities say he stole a package that had been loaded with cocaine and held a tracking device that had been secretly placed inside it, according to a federal complaint obtained Wednesday.

Edward Hogan, 37, of Waterbury, was charged with theft from the U.S. Mail as part of an investigation into a suspicious package that was detected by the Postal Service earlier this month.

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