A mailman employed by the Washington Township Post Office who was found guilty last month of stealing while on his daily route must now answer to charges related to the theft of a postal service camera, according to authorities.
Brian Kramer was arrested this afternoon after township police received information from the United States Postal Service that a camera had been turned over to them by a third party who found the device in personal belongings, Washington Township Detective Sgt. John Calamari said.
During a Nov. 14 court appearance, Kramer had pleaded not guilty to the charge of Possession of Stolen Property, but the judge found him to be guilty and he was given a $1,200 fine, nine months of probation and 30 days of community service.
George Flood, a U.S.P.S. spokesman, said Kramer, who has worked as a letter carrier since January 2006, is still employed with the postal service and would not comment on any personnel actions taken against him “due to individual privacy concerns.”