Vermont Rural Carrier accused of stealing pills from mail gets probation

10/19/2017 The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Robert Mackenzie, 62, of Fletcher, Vermont, was sentenced on October 18, 2017, in United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont, to serve a one (1) year term of probation after his guilty plea to one count of possession of Oxycodone. […]

West Virginia postal worker pleads guilty to stealing pain pills from the mail

Postal worker targeted packages containing oxycodone and hydrocodone 10/2/2017 CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A former postal worker who stole oxycodone and hydrocodone pills from packages pleaded guilty today, announced United States Attorney Carol Casto. Brittany Harrison, 31, of Cross Lanes, entered her guilty plea to theft of mail by a postal employee. Harrison was a federal […]

Ohio postal employee charged with opening mail that contained Oxycodone

3/2/16 A criminal information was filed charging an employee of the U.S. Postal Service for opening a package that contained Oxycodone, said Carole S. Rendon, Acting United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio. Barbara Wright, 49, of Martin, Ohio, was charged with one count of theft of mail matter by an officer or employee. If […]

Kentucky postal worker sentenced to prison on federal drug and theft charges

(September 13, 2014) A former Pikeville, Kentucky postal worker was sentenced to serve nine months in prison on charges of misappropriation of postal funds and selling oxycodone. According to court records, Sherry Jo Justice, 53, of Pikeville,was sentenced Tuesday to serve nine months in prison and three years of supervised release in connection with the […]

Wisconsin postal worker gets probation for stealing prescription drugs from mail

HUDSON, Wis. — Kristie Le Nelson, 35, who now lives in Milwaukee, pleaded guilty Nov. 26 to two counts of possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs. Judge Edward F. Vlack sentenced Nelson to probation for two years. She was fined $243. A 60-day jail sentence was stayed, and 15 counts of theft and illegally obtained […]