Postal worker sentenced for stealing consoles from the mail – Polygon1 min read

The precise very same thing took place to me, I got a George Foreman grill! Appeared like the box had been opened at some point aswell. Now I cant get a replacement since there is no stock throughout the UK although I pre-ordered it 2 months ahead of time!— Sam Felts (@Sam_Felts) November 20, 2020

Federal prosecutors revealed Wednesday that a U.S. Postal Service supervisor had actually been sentenced in a case including consoles stolen from the mail throughout the spring.
Zoheb A. Deura, 34, of Derby, Connecticut, was fined $20,000 and sentenced to 3 years probation, the first 9 months of which he must serve in home confinement. He pleaded guilty in October to the theft, between February and April 2020, of numerous plans, consisting of ones consisting of “PlayStation and Nintendo gaming gadgets,” as well as an Apple iPhone and computer.
Deura also took plans consisting of shoes and clothing; after an investigation by the Postal Services Inspector General, Deura was charged and pleaded guilty on Oct. 21 to embezzlement of mail by a Postal Service worker. Deura has since resigned from the Postal Service.
Deuras criminal activities precede the delivery and launch of the PlayStation 5, the news might still resonate with those who have actually found the console difficult to come by. Anecdotal accounts of PS5s stolen in transit emerged in the news shortly after the consoles launch in early November. Amazon began an examination in the U.K. after numerous clients there said their console boxes arrived filled with feline food, appliances, or other junk they had not ordered.

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