City postal worker accused of stealing checks, credit cards

Posted on 7/5/24

A Manhattan postal worker and his partner have been charged with stealing credit cards and checks from mail destined for a Midtown address, the office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Jr. announced.

Destiny Anderson, who was responsible for sorting mail and was a relay truck driver at the Radio City Post Office on West 52nd Street, would sort the mail and pick out what she believed contained checks, the District Attorney's Office said. or credit card envelope. She did so at the request of her partner Anthony Johnson.

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