Postal worker charged for mail hoarding

The United States Postal worker who is April was discovered to be hoarding mail, now faces several charges.

David Blauser, 42, hoarded nearly 13,000 pieces of mail over the course of 13 years as a mail carrier in Bustleton. The mail, which has all since been delivered, filled three mail trucks.

Blauser faces six months in prison, five years’ of probation and a $5,000 fine if convicted.

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