Three indicted for mail thefts involving stolen USPS ‘arrow keys’
A federal grand jury yesterday indicted three people for possession of stolen mail and the unlawful possession of postal service keys, announced U.S. Attorney Prim F. Escalona and U.S. Postal Inspection Service Inspector-in-Charge Scott D. Fix, Houston Division.
A nine-count indictment filed in U.S. District Court charges Derrell Allen Matthews, 25, of Birmingham and Keaundria Janae Gresham, 30, of Pleasant Grove, with conspiracy.
Authorities said Matthews was also charged with paying a bribe to a public official, possession of U.S. Postal Service Keys, stolen or reproduced, and possession of stolen mail. Gresham was also charged with public official accepting a bribe and possession of U.S. Postal Keys, stolen or reproduced. Steven Cornelius Hudson, Jr, 34, of Bessemer, was charged with possession of stolen mail.