Contract driver for Postal Service accused of mail theft
A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted a contract truck driver for the U.S. Postal Service, accusing him of stealing items valued at more than $4,000 from mail routed through the post office on Jefferson Avenue in Washington.
John Marianov, 57, of Washington, is charged with one count of mail theft. He took $135 in cash, gift cards worth $3,883.93, checks worth $400, money orders worth $80 and opera tickets valued at $120 between May and December, prosecutors say.
There was no phone listing for Marianov, and no attorney was listed for him in the court docket.
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