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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Postal Service Police
A Hyattsville woman working as a postal service mail processor pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday to a charge stemming from the theft of 900 pieces of mail that were addressed to charities and contained cash and checks worth $9,000.
A Hyattsville woman working as a postal service mail processor was indicted in federal court on Friday on charges she stole mail addressed to charities and containing checks worth $9,000.