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Two Pittsburgh area mail carriers face federal charges for allegedly trashing bags of undelivered mail – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Two postmen from the Pittsburgh area were charged with delaying or destroying mail by a postal worker, US attorney Scott Brady said on Wednesday. Sean Troesch is mentioned in a single-count criminal complaint and James McLenigan in a second criminal complaint. Special agents from the United States Postal Service ransacked Troesch’s home in …

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Pennsylvania postal worker on leave after bags of undelivered mail were found outside of home

Several bags of undelivered mail were found outside the home of a US postal worker in Pennsylvania, waiting to be picked up. The discovery, made on Sunday at the Baldwin, Pennsylvania home, is currently being investigated by the Inspector General’s U.S. Postal Service, WPXI reported. NEW JERSEY POSTAL WORKER DUMPED 1,800 PIECES OF MAIL, INCLUDING ELECTORAL BALLOTS: PROSECUTIONS The unidentified …

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Trash bags of undeliverable mail found outside the home of a postal worker in Pennsylvania

The agents of the Inspector General of the Postal Service responded to a report of undelivered mail outside the employee’s house on Sunday. According to the postal service, the employee works at the post office in Mount Oliver. “USPS OIG Special Agents have restored various classes of mail, including business mail, homes and a small amount of first-class mail,” Special …

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On-time delivery of high-quality mail that contains ballots is falling

The USPS documents show that on-time delivery performance of premium mail fell to 84.23% for the week of September 19, down 4.51 percent over two weeks. This means that the nationwide on-time delivery rating for premium mail is nearing its lows in July and August, when the agency experienced significant delays due to significant changes in postal operations. The on-time …

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Another judge hits USPS, says changes “put electoral mail at risk”.

“Plaintiffs have also shown that the combination of the reduction in late travel, additional travel and reduced sorting capacity jeopardizes the timely delivery of election mail,” wrote DC District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan on Sunday in one of a coalition of state governments including New York . It’s the third case in just over a week that the court has …

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The second judge ruled against USPS that voting mail must be prioritized

In Monday’s decision, Marrero said that USPS will be required to treat all election mail as first class mail or Priority Mail Express, and that USPS must “pre-approve” all overtime requests for the two weeks surrounding election day in order to ensure that postal ballot papers are processed properly. “The right to vote is too important a value in our …

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Postal workers in Chicago threaten to stop delivering mail after several employees were shot dead at work

United States postal workers, who deliver mail in some of Chicago’s more violent neighborhoods, are threatening to shut down after a postman was shot dead on the south side of the city earlier this month. The carrier, a 24-year-old woman, was seriously injured and injured after being shot multiple times while delivering mail on 91st Street and Ellis Avenue on …

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California Mail Dumps Cause USPS Investigation: Report

Postal investigators are investigating recent incidents in California in which mailbags were found dumped in a parking lot and in a nearby alley for no apparent reason. The worrying incident in Glendale, about 10 miles north of downtown Los Angeles, came amid a national debate over the integrity of the national postal system, just weeks before a US presidential election, …

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