A former U.S. Post Office employee in Delaware who stole more than 100 packages from the mail over a course of several months will not serve any time in prison.
A federal judge on Monday sentenced Jasmine Holloway, 33, to six months of home confinement followed by two years’ probation. That was the sentence recommended both by federal prosecutors and Holloway’s public defender. Holloway also was ordered to pay more than $32,000 in restitution.
Holloway pleaded guilty last year to four counts of mail theft by a postal employee, a felony that carries a maximum sentence of five years for each count.
According to court records, Holloway worked at the post office in Marshallton from 2019 to 2021. The post office is just down the road from a reshipping company that helps customers ship packages overseas.