NY letter carrier pleads guilty to eavesdropping on co-workers

A Watertown NY city carrier has pleaded guilty to eavesdropping on his coworkers:

John L. Sullivan, 50, of 1039 Bronson St., pleaded guilty to attempted eavesdropping. Mr. Sullivan, a U.S. Postal Service employee, was charged in July with placing a device in a postal vehicle so that he could listen in on a private conversation at the Watertown Post Office, 232 Commerce Drive. He was subsequently sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service.

Read more: Watertown Daily Times.

  • chuck

    They should be put out of business…greedy baztards….they wouldnt do this with the postal service because they knew they would all be in jail but they know fedex doesnt care

    • JBM

      Right. What about all the postal workers that get away with stealing prescription drugs (intended for actual patients) from the mail stream?

  • http://postalnews.com/ hollywood

    If they jumped on my mail truck demanding their drugs I would spray them with dog spray and take the package back to the station .