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Post Office worker charged with defrauding his Lansing union

March 8, 2024

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LANSING — In a four-year span, a local Post Office employee received pay for both his day job and work for his union 14 times, an investigator testified recently.

That double dipping, plus 17 other instances when John Greathouse received union pay that he should not have, Kimberly Sellers testified, netted him about $7,400 and led to a criminal charge.

Sellers, an investigator with the U.S. Department of Labor, was the first witness called during Greathouse’s preliminary hearing on Feb. 29.

Greathouse, 61, is charged with false pretenses with intent to defraud between $1,000 and $19,999. He faces up to five years in prison and a fine that could exceed $20,000 if convicted.

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