ENGLISH Letter to the US Postal Inspector Pittsburgh regarding felony theft of the US Mail

Sunday, June 29, 2014
Kathleen P.L. (initials)
[postal address]
To Postal Inspector Pittsburgh
5315 Campbells Run Rd,
Pittsburgh, PA 15277

(412) 494-2510

Dear postal inspector:

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014 I sent $125 in cash, wrapped in aluminum foil, as a gift to a friend named John de Nugent at his postal address, POB 43, Apollo, PA 15613.

I am not rich; I am a young woman who graduated a few years ago from high school and I am financially struggling myself.

Mr. de Nugent informed me that he never received my letter or the funds, the fruit of my hard work and a sum which I donated to him, not to some thief in the post office.

Mr. de Nugent informs me that he has long suspected that a thief is stealing his mail. Now I am providing the proof that he was right.

We taxpayers pay your salaries. What are you as the postal inspector going to do about this outrage?

I think someone should get five years in prison FOR THE FELONY THEFT OF THE US MAIL.

Sincerely,

Kathleen P.L.
[telephone]

CC to:

Ron Christy
USPS Apollo PA 15613

John de Nugent
POB 43
Apollo PA 15613

Postmaster
USPS Apollo PA 15613

…..the felony of mail theft

“Mail theft is a federal crime and is defined as anyone taking any piece of mail, be it a letter or a package, for any purpose. This includes stealing from postage workers, from private mail boxes, from collection boxes and even from mail trucks. Mail theft alone carries a penalty of either five years imprisonment, a fine or both. Other crimes may also be added to this charge, such as assault or breaking and entering, depending on the method of theft.”
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/list_6548806_mail-theft-laws.html
Mail Theft Laws | eHow
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Mail theft is the #1 white collar crime in America today, according to postal inspectors. It leads to all sorts of problems, including stolen money, disrupted correspondence and even identity…

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