St. Johns USPS Employee Charged With Stealing Letters
If you live in St. Johns, you could be missing some mail, and that's thanks to a U.S. Postal Service employee who was caught and charged for stealing cash, gift cards as well as lottery tickets, even letters, this according to LSJ.
Teisha Metoyer held the title of sales and service distribution associate at the USPS branch in St. Johns. Metoyer was charged with theft of mail matter by a postal service employee in federal court.
The letters and other items were allegedly stolen from September 2018 to April of 2019. Metoyer was charged back on October 10th.
Of course, messing with mail is a Federal offense. If Metoyer is convicted, she could face up to five years in prison, with a fine of around $250,000, plus paying restitution is going to be mandatory.