Postal Worker Stole 200 Video Games, Sold Them

If you ever had a video game go missing in the mail in the Boston area, it may be because a former postal worker has pled guilty to stealing over 200 games from packages he was supposed to have been handling.

James L. White, 68, was in a Federal court on Tuesday facing theft charges, and his guilty plea could have him facing up to five years in jail and a fine of $250,000.


Seems he intercepted the games throughout 2012 and instead of having them delivered, kept them for himself and sold them "to a software and video game retailer".

Former postal worker pleads guilty to stealing video games sent through the mail [The Boston Metro]

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