‘Operation: Wait a Minute Mr. Postman’ concludes with letter carrier, others Indicted on Drug Charges

5/18/17 A seven-month long investigation in the Whitehaven and South Memphis area has resulted in the criminal indictments of 25 people, including a postal worker, for the distribution and sale of heroin, Fentanyl, cocaine, marijuana and Oxycodone pills, Memphis Police Director Mike Rallings said Thursday. Dubbed “Operation: Wait a Minute Mr. Postman,” the investigation by […]

USPS Trucking Contractor pleads guilty to federal felony charges

Beam Brothers Trucking, Beam Brother Holding Company Plead Guilty to a Pair of Federal Felony Conspiracy Charges Four Corporate Officers Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Violate Highway Safety Regulations Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA – A Mount Crawford based trucking company that formerly hauled United States mail, as well as four of its officers, the President, Vice-President, Chief […]

South Carolina Postal Employees charged with stealing postal funds

5/17/17 United States Attorney Beth Drake stated today that, a Federal Grand Jury in Columbia, South Carolina, returned Indictments against the following: Varnville Woman Charged with Embezzlement of Postal Funds.  Cherrie Moore, age 40, of Varnville, SC, was charged in a 1-count Indictment with Misappropriation of Funds by a Postal Employee in violation of 18 […]

Video: Retired Postal Worker devotes life to serving the homeless

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -Military veteran and grandmother Rhonda Sneed knows what it’s like to be homeless. After her release from the Air Force, where she served four years, Rhonda was unable to get an apartment and lived in a homeless shelter.Now the retired Postal Service worker devotes her life to serving the homeless. She spends four […]

New York Postal Worker accused of stealing gift cards, cash, checks from the mail

The Cobleskill Police Department announced the arrest of Joel C. VanSteele, age 21, of Schoharie NY, on 05/17/2017 at 11:58 am on multiple felony and misdemeanor charges. After receiving multiple complaints of missing mail items, the Cobleskill Police Department began an investigation in cooperation with Special Agents of the US Postal Service Office of Inspector […]

USPS Responds to Lexington Institute’s “Saving the Postal Service requires getting the details right” article

5/16/17 How ironic, that in his article for the Lexington Institute on “Saving the Postal Service requires getting the details right,” Don Soifer doesn’t get much right at all. Contrary to his assertions, the Postal Regulatory Commission, the oversight body tasked by Congress with reviewing the matter, has concluded every year that products covered by […]

USPS: Unique, First-of-a-Kind Stamps Mimic Sports Ball Textures

‘Have a Ball!’ Forever Stamps Celebrate Popular Sports WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service will soon release first-of-a-kind stamps with the look — and feel — of actual balls used in eight popular sports. Available nationwide June 14, the Have a Ball! Forever stamps depict balls used in baseball, basketball, football, golf, kickball, soccer, tennis […]