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CrimeMissouri mailman admits to stealing money out of greeting cards

12:16  08 may  2019
12:16  08 may  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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– A former letter carrier in Missouri has admitted to stealing money out of the greeting cards he was supposed to deliver. Brandon E. Holt, 33, pleaded The agreement says Holt admitted to the thefts when confronted by investigators. He said he would take cash but wouldn't redeem gift cards or

SPRINGFIELD, Mo . — A former letter carrier in the Springfield-area has admitted to stealing money out of the greeting cards he was supposed to deliver.

Missouri mailman admits to stealing money out of greeting cards© Provided by USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Satellite Information Network, Inc. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A former letter carrier in Missouri has admitted to stealing money out of the greeting cards he was supposed to deliver.

Brandon E. Holt, 33, pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to theft of mail by an employee, which is a felony.

Holt worked as a letter carrier in the Springfield area from 2014 through 2017.

During that time, a plea agreement says Holt would pick out envelopes from the outgoing hamper that appeared to be greeting cards. He would then open the envelope and steal the cash inside.

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– A former letter carrier in Missouri has admitted to stealing money out of the greeting cards he was supposed to deliver. Brandon E. Holt, 33, pleaded Wright admitted to stealing gift cards from mail she was delivering on Milwaukee's west side for The supervisor reported that mail carriers at her

A Missouri mailman admitted to swiping cash from greeting cards he was hired to deliver in the Springfield area during the time he was employed from 2014 through 2017. Brandon E. Holt, 33, pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to the felony offense of mail theft by an employee, the

After getting complaints of missing mail, the U.S. Postal Service started investigating Holt in 2017.

The plea agreement says investigators gave Holt "test pieces" of mail for him to deliver, which he stole.

Also, authorities went through Holt's trash, where they found discarded mail belonging to others, according to the agreement.

The agreement says Holt admitted to the thefts when confronted by investigators. He said he would take cash but wouldn't redeem gift cards or cash checks so that he could avoid detection.

Investigators connected Holt's actions to 20 victims who reported losses totaling $562. As part of the agreement, Holt has to pay that amount in restitution.

Holt faces a sentence of up to 5 years in prison. A sentencing hearing has not yet been scheduled, according to online court records.

An attempt to reach Holt's attorney for comment Tuesday was not successful.

This article originally appeared on Springfield News-Leader: Missouri mailman admits to stealing money out of greeting cards

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