Ex-postal worker sentenced to three years of probation for theft of checks, gift cards, and cash
NEW ORLEANS - A former postal worker who pleaded guilty to stealing mail back in March of 2019 has been sentenced to three years of probation and ordered to pay restitution.
Bria Davis worked at a post office in Slidell and was accused of stealing mail containing checkbooks, gift cards, cash and checks from September 2016 until January 2017.
Earlier, Davis agreed to make restitution to five victims who lost amounts ranging from $45 to $135.
Davis's case was handled by District Judge Carl J. Barbier.
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