Lewiston postal worker charged, accused of dumping large amounts of mail in the woods
YOUNGSTOWN, N.Y. (WKBW) — A postal worker in Lewiston was charged and is accused of dumping large amounts of mail in the woods in Youngstown, according to a criminal complaint.
In the complaint, Sean Barrett of Youngstown who works at the Lewiston Post Office, was first seen allegedly dumping mail next to a trail in a wooded area near the 1100-block of Pletcher Road in Youngstown on October 13th.
During that time, Barrett’s scanner was dormant at a location in Youngstown between 12:20 and 3:54 p.m.
The next day, Lewiston police uncovered three USPS mail bins and two garbage bags containing USPS first class, certified, and standard mailings.