Missing some mail? This guy might have it
We're always suspicious when something we were expecting gets "lost" in the mail. More like stolen, we think.
Timothy Krolick, 29, was indicted in federal court this week with stealing mail in Minneapolis. He is charged with one count of mail theft by a postal employee. He had worked for the United States Postal Service since December 2004 and specifically worked in the University of Minnesota neighborhoods from May 2008 until February 2009.
He could get five years in the clinker for the crime if he is convicted. We're still curious what this guy was stealing.
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