Two Western Pa. postal workers charged with stealing mail
A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted postal employees in Beaver and Westmoreland counties on charges that they took mail intended for other people.
Christopher L. Demorest, 39, of Greensburg stole one greeting card and $25 on March 29 and two other greeting cards on April 25, prosecutors say.
Shaun G. Westfall, 32, of Baden stole two packages on June 13 that were intended for two other people, prosecutors say.
No attorney was listed in court documents for either man. There was no answer at the number listed for Westfall, and there was no number listed for Demorest.
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