A woman working for the United States Postal Service recently appeared in federal court after being accused of allegedly stealing a Miami-Dade County mail-in ballot. Among the other items she stole include gift cards, prepaid debit cards, letters, and more.
A pair of postal inspector agents questioned the woman who admitted that she used the stolen debit cards at stores. After being told she would need to turn in her identification for the postal service, the woman told the agents that the ID was in her car. When asked whether there was mail in the vehicle, the woman initially said no before changing her mind. As agents approached the woman’s vehicle, they noticed multiple satchels containing white envelopes. The majority of the mail was intended for delivery within a Miami Beach zip code.
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