Postal worker charged with stealing two iPhones from the mail

Louis Dozier, 55, of Roxbury, faces up to five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted of keeping two iPhones he allegedly took out of packages on Aug. 13, the US Attorney's office reports.

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      It is so important that this be punished aggressively. I remember when you couldn't expect anything to get through in the mail in Russia back in the 90s b/c whatever you put in an envelope that wasn't a letter would be stolen by postal workers. And a package? Hah! It really disrupted things on so many levels that you could not hope to mail anything in or out of the country and added to the lawlessness and hopelessness of the culture. So--I hope they nail this guy in every possible way since it is societal sabotage to steal from the mails.

      sounds like he is fully

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      sounds like he is fully qualified tp work for the TSA. So his job prospects are looking up.