January 6, 2011 by staff
Prison Cities, For not making more than $ 800, a support 35-year mail Twin Cities could go to prison for several years. U.S. Postal Service employee Christina M. Steiner, Lake Forest, is accused of stealing and 600 to $ 800 in gift card and e-mail, the prosecutor’s office of the United States said last week.
The thefts occurred from December 2009 until mid-September, according to the indictment.
If convicted of mail theft by a postal employee, Steiner faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison. His trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 28 in St. Paul.
Steiner was on leave without pay since Sept. 18 as a substitute mail carrier in Lake Forest, said spokesman Peter Nowacki postal service.
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