Several USPS employees were arrested in connection with an identity theft scheme that resulted in losses of $1.3 million, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a press statement Thursday.
The Justice Department said Johnny Dames, Rashaan Richards, Devon Richards, Conrad Herron, Louis Jean-Willey, Kareem Shepard, Lawrence Biola Morpoint, Nathanel Foucault and Jonathan Persod were all indicted.
Of the four suspects arrested, three are U.S. Postal employees. The remaining defendants are at large.
They were arrested for “theft and unauthorized use of credit cards to defraud multiple national financial institutions, credit card companies, and major retailers, resulting in more than $1.3 million in expected losses and the theft of hundreds of identities.”
“As alleged, the defendants conspired to steal credit cards from the mail; use these stolen credit cards at various stores, including high-end retailers; and sell some merchandise purchased with the stolen cards on the LuxurySnob.com (“LuxurySnob”) website . Press Releases.
“As charged, the defendants participated in a years-long scheme to manipulate New York and New Jersey by stealing credit cards and using those cards to buy and then sell luxury goods,” U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said. of credit card companies and major retailers. commodity. Defendants exploited our public trust in U.S. Postal Service employees for their own financial gain. “
USPS employees Nathanael Foucault and Jonathan Persaud were arrested Thursday in the Eastern District of New York and will appear before Judge James L. Cott.
U.S. Postal employee Fabiola Mompoint was also arrested in the District of New Jersey on Thursday and will appear before Judge James Cotter.
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You can recall, Gateway Expert and 100% enough With the help of the investigation team Mike 4EIreleased a startling discovery at an absentee ballot box at the Detroit Temple of Liberty satellite voting center.
In the video below, a man dressed in civilian clothes emerges from the front passenger seat of a postal worker truck and shoves a stack of ballots into an absentee ballot drop box in Detroit. In a second video shot on the same day, the same person exits the passenger side of a USPS truck to drop a larger stack of ballots into a slot in a drop box. In this video, you can clearly see him recording the drop on his phone with his left hand.
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On October 29, a U.S. Postal worker can be seen making four trips to the Liberty Center satellite voting center in Detroit. The last trip is by private car. Although the person delivering it is different, the number on the front of the USPS vehicle is the same!
Watch the video below: