Alabama postal worker indicted for destroying, mishandling mail
Published 2:28 pm Friday, January 27, 2023
An U.S. Postal Service worker in Alabama has been indicted by a grand jury on charges that he damaged or withheld mail for six months.
The indictment alleges that Alexander Dockery, who worked as an USPS employee in Huntsville, Alabama, destroyed, detained and delayed mail for six months. The mail included letters, postcards, packages and other mail.
The indictment alleges the activity occurred in 2018 while he was working as a mail handler at the Huntsville USPS facility.