USPS Station Manager sentenced to prison in bribe scheme

Station Manager Received Bribes for Inflated Invoices for Landscaping and Cleaning Services Baltimore, Maryland – U.S. District Judge Ellen L. Hollander sentenced former U.S. Postal Service station manager Richard Lewis Wright, III, age 47, of Baltimore, today to 40 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for bribery in connection with a […]

Ex-Postal Worker sentenced in $1 million Tax Refund fraud scheme

Former U.S. Postal Worker and Others Sentenced for Fraudulent Income Tax Refund Scheme 12.16.14  ATLANTA, Georgia – Kenneth Campbell, a/k/a “Scrilla,” Corey Thomas, a/k/a “Lil Corey,” Adrian Bridges, Juarez Johnson, Justin Cody, a/k/a “Decatur Slim,” and Aeshia Wilmore have been sentenced for their roles in a $1 million fraudulent income tax refund scheme. “Identity theft […]

One USPS Station Manager pleads guilty, another Station Manager sentenced in Bribe Scheme

Station Managers Submitted Fraudulent and Inflated Invoices for Landscaping and Cleaning Services in Exchange for Bribe Payments Baltimore, Maryland – Former U.S. Postal Service Station Manager Richard Lewis Wright, III, age 47, of Baltimore, pleaded guilty today to bribery in connection with a scheme to obtain U.S. Postal Service contracts in exchange for bribe payments. […]

Texas Man Arrested for Sending Hundreds of Hoax White Powder Letters

DALLAS — A Rowlett, Texas, man was arrested this morning by special agents with the FBI and inspectors with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service on a criminal complaint charging an offense stemming from hundreds of white powder hoax letters he allegedly mailed from North Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District […]

Baltimore, MD: Four Indicted in Conspiracy to Bribe Post Office Managers

Station Managers Allegedly Submitted Fraudulent and Inflated Invoices for Landscaping and Cleaning Services in Exchange for Bribe Payments BALTIMORE, MD—A federal grand jury has indicted Richard Louis Wright III, age 46, Kimberly A. Parnell, age 43, and Shane Anderson, age 37, all of Baltimore; and Ladena D. Sketers-Anderson, age 47, of Randallstown, Maryland, on charges […]

9 Arrests to Date in 2010 murder and robbery of Florida letter carrier

Parton Homicide Investigation: 9 Arrests to Date On Thursday, April 3, 2014, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service arrested Emmanuel Alphonse and Steven Toussaint who are accused of laundering money obtained from stolen identity tax refund fraud. These latest arrests bring the total number to nine for subjects charged in connection with the murder of Miami […]

Florida Letter Carrier Charged in identity theft tax refund scheme and mail theft

Yesterday, Wifredo A. Ferrer, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, joined by members of the Strike Force, announced “Twenty-Five Defendants Charged in Separate Schemes That Resulted in Thousands of Identities Stolen and Millions of Dollars in Identity Theft Tax Filings.” The cases announced yesterday include: United States v. Marlon Maikel Palacios, Case […]

Newark Man Sentenced To 57 Months In Prison For Scheme To Steal Checks From Mail

Deposited Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars into Personal Accounts NEWARK, N.J. – A Newark man was sentenced today to 57 months in prison for his role in a scheme to steal personal checks from the U.S. Mail and fraudulently endorse and deposit them into personal checking accounts, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. Karron Hinton-Lovelace, […]

Two Brothers Charged With Defrauding Federal Workers’ Compensation Program

Press release from the Federal Bureau Of Investigation SANTA ANA, CA—Two brothers pleaded not guilty today to federal charges that allege they submitted bills that fraudulently sought hundreds of thousands of dollars from a government workers’ compensation program for supposedly transporting injured Postal Service employees to medical appointments that never took place. Roman “Mike” Aghajanyan, […]

New York Postal Supervisor Found Guilty Of Operating $10 Million Gambling Ring

Employee of the United States Postal Service Found Guilty in Manhattan Federal Court for Operating $10 Million Illegal Gambling Ring October 21, 2010 PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, JANICE K. FEDARCYK, the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), and […]