Two Pennsylvania Postal Workers Federally Charged with Throwing Away Mail

Two Pennsylvania Postal Workers Federally Charged with Throwing Away Mail


Two Pennsylvania postal employees face federal charges following the discovery of piles of mail in the garbage in recent days.

FOX News reports:

Sean Troesch, 48, and James McLenigan, 29, have been charged in two separate criminal complaints with delay or destruction of mail by a postal employee, according to U.S. Attorney Scott W. Brady. No mail-in ballots were found among the discarded mail, but two requests for mail-in ballots were recovered.

If convicted, each man could face a maximum term of imprisonment of five years in prison, a fine of $250,000, or both.

“During this election season, the integrity of the mails is more important than ever,” a statement by Brady reads. “When any public employee, including a mail carrier, violates the law, we will respond quickly. These carriers each attempted to destroy mail, including both political advertisements and an application for a mail-in ballot. Anyone who

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