Video: Postal Worker sentenced for dumping 15,000 pieces of mail in DC sewers

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — A former United States Postal Service worker was sentenced Wednesday to two years probation and 150 hours of community service for dumping 15,000 pieces of U.S. mail in sewers in Northeast Washington. Christopher Newton, 23, received less community service time than his attorney requested which was 200 hours, according to ABC7’s Sam […]

Former DC Letter Carrier pleads guilty to dumping over 15,000 pieces of mail

Former Letter Carrier Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge, Admits Dumping More Than 15,000 Pieces of Mail Mail Was Found in a Catch Basin and Sewer in Northeast Washington, DC 6/22/17 WASHINGTON – Christopher Newton, 22, a former U.S. Postal Service employee, pled guilty today to a federal charge for dumping more than 15,000 pieces of […]

Video: Undelivered mail found in Port-A-Potty in Macomb Township Michigan

MACOMB TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Hundreds of pieces of mail that were supposed to be delivered to homes in a Macomb Township neighborhood in November ended up in a Port-A-Potty. Everything from checks to holiday cards to store coupons were dumped in the toilet. People in the subdivision said they’ve had problems with mail delivery, but […]

Postal News Recap: shipping prices increase, paltry COLA, mail theft, mail dumped, hurricane matthew

USPS Announces 2017 Shipping Prices – Pricing Unchanged for Priority Mail International, First-Class Package International and Priority Mail Express International Service NARFE: Federal Retirees worse off with only 0.3 Percent COLA increase for 2017Alexandria, VA – – Federal retirees received bad news today with the announcement of the 2017 cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), said National Active […]

Video: Midlothian VA neighbors wants answers after mail allegedly found dumped

CHESTERFIELD, Va. — A number of residents in a Midlothian neighborhood contacted the CBS 6 Problem Solvers after they stopped receiving mail. Some said they believe their postal carrier is responsible. Kathy Roberson said that neighbors have been questioning their mail service and are connecting on Facebook about it. She also believes many others have […]

Postal Worker sentenced to home confinement for dumping mail

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) – A former U.S. Postal Service worker who admitted to dumping hundreds of pieces of mail will spend six months on home confinement. Shalita Corley will be on probation for five years after she completes the home confinement.  Corley was also fined $2,000. A statement of facts filed with the plea agreement […]

Former letter carrier pleads guilty in Norfolk mail dumping

April 22, 2015 NORFOLK, Va. – Shalita Corley, 31, of Portsmouth, Virginia, pleaded guilty today to one count of secreting and delaying U.S. mail, which she had been entrusted to deliver. A statement of facts filed with the plea agreement reported Corley worked as a city carrier assistant (CCA) with the United States Postal Service […]

VIDEO: USPS investigate missing mail for residents of some streets in Charlotte North Carolina

Postal Service investigates missing mail in Myers Park CHARLOTTE, N.C. —The U.S. Postal Service confirmed they are investigating the disappearance of mail intended for residents of some streets in Myers Park. The problem came to light in late March when residents of Queens Road West and Westfield Road noticed that some mail they were expecting […]