Serious federal drug trafficking indictments returned in Augusta against two men in separate cases

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-8-17 6 p.m. ET – Serious drug trafficking indictments returned in Augusta against two men in separate cases

 

DRUG TRAFFICKING IN AUGUSTA, GA

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Augusta, GA) – An Aiken, South Carolina man has been indicted on federal charges in Augusta, GA involving allegations of armed drug trafficking in Richmond County.

In addition, the grand jury has indicted a an Augusta man in a separate case for heroin distribution scroll down to read more about him.

Alton Carraway,jr. mug 442-year-old Alton Carraway, Jr. of Aiken, SC is named in a 4-count felony indictment reunited yesterday by a federal grand jury sitting in Augusta, GA.

Carraway is charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled substances (Meth, heroin), possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and possession of a stolen firearm.

On June 20, 2017 in Richmond County, Carraway alleged planned to distribute “500 grams or more” heroin and meth, plus “a quantity” of marijuana, the indictment states.

The same day, Carraway allegedly possessed a Ruger Model Blackhawk .45 caliber revolver, and a Smith & Wesson Model Airweight .38 caliber pistol “in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, the grand jury charged. The indictment alleges the Ruger .45 was stolen.
Alton Carraway, Jr. Indictment

The grand jury alleges that Carraway possessed the handguns knowing he had already convicted of possession of meth and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon on June 18, 2015 in Richmond County Superior Court.

The indictment includes a “forfeiture allegation” in which prosecutors are seeking to claim the guns and all proceeds of Carraway’s alleged drug trafficking.

Carraway’s arrest history in the Aiken and Augusta area ranges from shoplifting to failure to pay fines to guns/drugs – possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, plus possession of a firearm by convicted felon.

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40-year-old Matthew Ward Timmerman of Augusta, GA is charged in a one count indictment returned yesterday in federal court in Augusta.

Timmerman is accused of possession heroin for sales on June 22, 2017. The indictment doesn’t describe the circumstances of the case. Timmerman’s arrest record over past decade includes trafficking in both heroin and methamphetamines.

On May 12, 2017, Timmerman was booked into the Richmond County jail on felony charges of heroin trafficking and cocaine distribution.
In 2009 Timmerman was paroled to Aiken County, SC from a state prison in Georgia after serving about six years total for crimes that included a 10-year sentence for drugs.

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Timmerman was sentenced to 10 years in prison after his December 2005 conviction in Richmond County for methamphetamine trafficking to run concurrently with a eight year probation sentence in 2001 for possession of Xanax with intent to distribute. It appears he was in prison from April 2003 when probation was revoked until paroled in 2009.

Timmerman was also ordered wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet upon release to Aiken County.

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The federal prosecutors in the two cases are:

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia Bobby L. Christine
Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian T. Rafferty, criminal division chief
Assistant U.S. Attorney Patricia Green Rhodes, lead counsel and deputy chief at criminal division
Assistant U.S. Attorney R. Brian Tanner, chief appellate division

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Federal Counterfeiting Indictment in Augusta, GA: Thousands in alleged fake money could duplicate into a 20-year federal sentence for an accused Augusta counterfeiter who impacted the lives of numerous CSRA shop owners and small businesses

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-8-17 1:46 p.m.

The feds reach out an nab an alleged counterfeiter cops say has been terrorizing shop owners in Richmond and Columbia counties

Fake $ Probe triggered by last year’s arrest of Terrance DeMarkus DeVoe when law enforcement in both counties raised the flag

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Augusta, GA) – An Augusta area man – who has a long arrest records including for allegedly passing fake money – has been indicted by a grand jury in Augusta, GA on two federal counterfeiting charges involving the alleged making and distributing of thousands of dollars in phony cash across Richmond and County counties.

TERRANCE DEMARKUS DEVOE mug 126-year-old Terrance DeMarkus DeVoe – who has been arrested in Aiken, Richmond and Columbia counties over the past 5 years – is named in the felony indictment handed down Wed., Dec. 6, 2017 by a federal grand jury sitting in Augusta, Georgia.

The indictment was just made public on the federal court doc site – often indictments are not announced until a suspect is in custody.  The notes in the indictment include $50, $20, $10, $5 bills. Scroll down to read the indictment we posted.

Devoe is charged with passing counterfeit reserve notes and manufacturing counterfeit reserve notes. If convicted, Devoe faces up to 20 years on each count in a federal prison, and the feds do not have parole.
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The Richmond County charges are believed to connected to the alleged use of fake $5, $10 and $20 bills totaling $200 in Sept. 2016 to purchase of an Xbox from a man in who was selling the game system on Craig’s List. The victim met with Devoe and an unidentified woman at the Walmart parking lot on Bobby Jones Expressway in an exchange that went quickly due to rain.

The victim was shocked and mortified when he tried to spend that fake cash at the Christmas Tree Shops and the cashier passed along the bad news.

He is also charged with making and distributing bogus bills in Columbia County.

The federal prosecutors in the case are:

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia Bobby L. Christine
Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian T. Rafferty, criminal division chief
Assistant U.S. Attorney Patricia Green Rhodes, lead counsel and deputy chief at criminal division
Assistant U.S. Attorney R. Brian Tanner, chief appellate division

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A quick glance at Devoe’s record includes numerous arrests in past five years:

Police agencies in Aiken County, SC:

2014: first degree assault and battery first degree, third offense driving under suspension, failing to stop for law enforcement, defective break light and windshield, defective brake lights.

2012: Driving with suspended license, open beer, first offense shoplifting

Richmond County:

2012: Richmond County Grand Jury indictments: Felony second-degree burglary and attempted fleeing and eluding police plus numerous misdemeanor traffic-related charges including no insurance, hit and run, and reckless driving

WRDW TV-12 story on Xbox counterfeit case
http://www.wrdw.com/content/news/Suspect-taken-into-custody-accused-of-paying-man-counterfeit-dollars-for-Xbox-392440581.html

 

Augusta man shot by cops is off to federal prison – again: Originally was one of over 100 Augusta area residents busted in 2012 undercover probe dubbed “Operation Smoke Screen”

S.E. Social Justice Breaking News – Augusta man shot by cops is off to federal prison – again.

11-17-17 12:45 p.m. ET

Off to a place he left this summer – federal prison

Felon shot by cops Diriuss Antonio Redd

By Greg Peterson
S.E. Social Justice Breaking News
News Director/Co-owner
1-906-273-2433

(Augusta, GA) – An Augusta man who was shot over seven years ago by a Richmond County Sherrif’s Department Deputy is off to federal prison again for violating terms of supervised federal release in a case that began just over five years ago.

redd mug 1Now 31 years old – Diriuss Antonio Redd – was indicted in Feb. 8, 2012 one one count of felon in possession of a firearm by a federal grand jury sitting in Augusta. He was one of over 100 people busted in the Augusta area on state and federal charges during a seven-month joint undercover operation by the RCSD and other agencies including the feds. “Operation Smoke Screen.”

Scroll down to read a press release from federal prosecutors on that operation.

Redd apparently had just been released from federal prison in July 2017 when he was arrested in Nov. 2017 on a supervised release violation.

The indictment stated on October 25, 2011, in Richmond County Redd did “knowingly” possessed a Norinco, Model SKS, 7.62 x 39 caliber rifle. This after having been convicted on June 11, 2004 of forgery-first degree in Richmond County Superior Court.

He was sentenced to five years in prison in July 2012 after pleading guilty to the firearms charge.

However, on Tues., Nov. 14, 2017 Redd was sentenced to 14 months in federal prison for violating probation on several occasions while on supervised release including failing a drug test and not paying fines.

He was sentenced in 2012 and this week by U.S. District Court Judge J. Randal Hall, chief judge of the South District of Georgia.

 

In 2010, Redd made the Augusta area news when he was shot by a cop while trying to take the officer’s gun.

Richmond County Sheriff’s Deputy Jo Martin shot Redd – then 24 years old – in the groin on April 27, 2010 after he struggled with the officer during his arrest at Augusta Estates mobile home park on Milledgeville Road. Deputy Martin was cleared in the shooting as she was attempting to arrest Redd on outstanding warrants including a felony aggravated stalking charge – when a struggled ensued.

Martin attempted the arrest after responding to the mobile home park about a break-in at a woman’s trailer – and that’s when he spotted Redd.

Redd was wanted on the aggravated stalking charge after his children’s grandmother said he tried to break into a car and was in violation of a court order.

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News coverage:
http://www.wrdw.com/home/headlines/Richmond_Countys_Operation_Smoke_Screen_rounds_up_500K_in_expected_stolen_merchandise_suspects_140742813.html

U.S. Justice Dept. Feb. 2012 News Release:
24 Defendants Charged with Gun Offenses After Undercover Investigation

U.S. Department of Justice
United States Attorney
Southern District of Georgia
The United States Department of Justice – Southern District of Georgia U.S. Attorneys Office
For Immediate Release
February 28, 2012
Edward J. Tarver, United States Attorney
Contact: James D. Durham
(912) 201-2547
james.durham@usdoj.gov

24 Defendants Charged with Gun Offenses After Undercover Investigation

Undercover RCSO officer purchased and seized over 64 firearms during “Operation Smoke Screen”

AUGUSTA, GA – 15 federal indictments, unsealed today in federal court, have charged 24 defendants with federal firearms offenses. An additional 85 defendants were charged by the Augusta Division’s District Attorney’s Office on state burglary, theft, firearm and drug charges. The federal and state indictments follow a 7-month undercover investigation in the Augusta area dubbed “Operation Smoke Screen.”

The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO), and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) initiated Operation Smoke Screen in August of 2011. As a result of this undercover operation, RCSO seized an estimated $500,000 in property and identified suspects in 104 burglaries, 12 car break-ins and 16 thefts. While guns were not the focus of the investigation, 64 firearms were recovered; many from convicted felons or individuals dealing in firearms without a license. A number of the guns seized during the undercover operation were reported stolen.

United States Attorney Edward J. Tarver stated, “Operation Smoke Screen is a great example of the successes that can be accomplished through the collaborative efforts of federal and local law enforcement agencies working together to protect the public. This operation serves as notice to the criminal element that if you traffic in stolen guns and other stolen items, law enforcement is watching and you will be prosecuted.”

“The right of citizens to feel safe in their homes is a basic freedom that we feel is worth protecting. The suspects that were targeted during this investigation were alleged to be involved in victimizing citizens of this community and putting guns into the hands of the criminal element,” said Special Agent in Charge Scott Sweetow, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Atlanta Field Division. “ATF actively partners with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to stem firearms-related violent crime. We applaud the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office for initiating this multi-faceted investigation aimed at seizing stolen property to include dozens of stolen firearms.”

Following numerous arrests today, initial appearances for several of the federally indicted defendants were held in United States District Court, Augusta, Georgia. The arrests today were undertaken by the RCSO, the United States Marshal Service, the Georgia State Patrol Aviation Division and the ATF RAGE Unit, which consists of members from the ATF, the North Augusta Department of Public Safety, the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office and the Aiken Department of Public Safety. A listing of the 24 defendants recently indicted on federal charges is attached.

Mr. Tarver stressed that an indictment is only an accusation and is not evidence of guilt. All defendants are entitled to a fair trial, during which it will be the Government’s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Assistant United States Attorneys Lamont A. Belk and Nancy C. Greenwood are prosecuting the federal cases for the United States. For additional information, please contact First Assistant United States Attorney James D. Durham at (912) 201-2547.

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Operation Smoke Screen

Federal Defendants Charged

Each of the defendants listed below is from Augusta, Georgia unless otherwise noted:

Dewayne H. Anderson, 45, North Augusta, SC

Charles Maurice Andrews, 19

Derrian R. Brown, 24

Leroy Bunyon, 30

Rodriguez Marquis Bunyon, 32

Twain J. Frails, 22, Hephzibah, GA

Craig Maurice Hambrick, 25

Miguel A. Heredia, 23

Mercedes S. Hyman, 21

Robert L. Johnson, 28, Hephzibah, GA

Jerry Mazone, 31, North Augusta, SC

Curtis A. President, 22

Angelo G. Pringle, 20

Diriuss A. Redd, 26

Danson R. Sheppard, 21

Lemuel Fernandez Smith, 32

Dakabein Ahrand Swint, 20

Amid A. Truitt, 23

Lavinski Vaughn, 24

Grady L. West, 26

Akeem Wiggins, 20

Derrick Demone Williams, 41

Jamal Hakim Wright, 26

Child Pornographers of the Aiken-Augusta Area: An Aiken Judge Gives a Slap on the Wrist to a Aiken Man arrested with child Pornography – Plus New Busts Not Reported by Media

S.E. Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – A judge slaps the wrist of man who possessed child pornography.
Plus Columbia County, Aiken County and Augusta Augusta area child pornography busts – most of which have not been reported by local media

Read about all these cases below:

S.E. Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – Augusta area child pornography case results in man getting only 90 days in jail – something smells in Denmark

11-14-17 6:45 a.m.

Does anybody care that a slap on the wrist was given to an Augusta area man charged in a child pornography case?

This guy is back out on the streets: Second Judicial Circuit Judge Doyet A. Early III gives slap on wrist and media was duped into reporting 7 years

Aiken Judge gives possessor of child pornographer slap on write – 90 days in jail – and he’s already out on the streets !!!!

Three child pornography busts in Aiken Augusta area – Update on the others facing child pornography related charges so far in 2017

Another child porno trial starts in early December – a case not reported by Augusta area media

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
News Director/Co-Owner
906-273-2433

Three child pornography busts in Aiken Augusta area – Update on the others facing child pornography related charges so far in 2017

(Central Savannah River Area GA/SC) – Three recent child pornography related busts continue to show the extent of the depravity men who prey on children in Aiken, Edgefield, Richmond and Columbia counties.

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Christopher Seigler

35-year-old Christopher Clark Seigler of Aiken, SC was sentenced May 23, 2017 to 90 days in jail after pleading guilty to possessing child pornography.

Aiken Christopher Seigler 1 hild pornInstead of the 90-day slap on the wrist, Seigler could have received 10 years in state prison – and officials truly down played this sentencing in the media. It seems some were duped.
He can thank Second Judicial Circuit Judge Doyet A. Early III of Bamburg, SC

He pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, according to court records. Four other counts were dismissed.

Second Judicial Circuit Judge Doyet A. Early IIISecond Judicial Circuit Judge Doyet A. Early III sentenced Seigler to seven years suspended to 90 days active, followed by five years probation, records show.

That means he was out in 90 days.

After prison, he registered as a sex offender.

Seigler’s defense attorney was Brian Katonak.

The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office prosecuted Seigler.

Seigler was arrested on Aug. 4, 2015 after he sent a child pornography related file two months earlier to Aiken County Sheriff’s Office investigator

Child pornography and file sharing software were found on an electronic device seized from Seigler’s home.

http://scor.sled.sc.gov/OffenderDetails.aspx?Display=Main&Id=2302131

Third degree sexual exploitation of a minor defined; penalties

Offense Description

(a) an individual commits the offense of third degree sexual exploitation of a minor if, knowing the character or content of the material, he possesses material that contains a visual representation of a minor engaging in sexual activity

(b) in a prosecution pursuant to this section, the trier of fact may infer that a participant in sexual activity depicted as a minor through its title, text, visual representation, or otherwise is a minor.

(c) a person who violates the provisions of this section is guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, must be imprisoned not more than ten years.

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These are just some of the child pornography busts in past year in the CSRA, although figures are not available for all 13 counties.

Two of the recent cases, not reported by local media, are in Columbia County and Richmond counties – and there was a third last week in Aiken County.

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Sean Antone Grace

U.S. Army soldier 43-year-old Sean Antone Grace of 20 Rosland Court in Augusta, GA was busted by special agents of the from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command.
Grace was also station at Fort Hood, TX and Fort Huachuca, AZ – and a past address in Woodbridge, New Jersey.
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Grace was indicted Oct. 4, 2017 on charges of production of child pornography for allegedly enticing or coercing a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct – that was allegedly distributed.
Grace allegedly committed the crime on July 17, 2017 in Richmond County, according to a Sept. 26, 2017 criminal complaint.

Details of the criminal complaint have been restricted by the court, indicative of an ongoing investigation. Grace remains in jail pending trial.
In fact, Grace is not eligible for pretrial release because of pending state of Georgia charges, according to a federal detention order that was filed in Augusta federal court on Oct. 27, 2017.
If convicted Grace faces a maximum of 30 years in federal prison – with a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years.
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command Special Agent.

U.S. Army Critical Investigation Command

U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command

http://www.cid.army.mil

The Most Wanted at Fort Gordon and Elsewhere

http://www.cid.army.mil/wanted-by-cid.html#10thCID units by state – U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command

The case is being handled by U.S. Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps in Augusta pending trial
Pretrial motions are due Nov. 28, 2017 – and no trial date is set.
Those prosecuting the case are:
Grace’s defense attorney is Jerome J. Froelich, Jr. of Atlanta.

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John Michael Shields

With a Dec. 4, 2017 trial date looming, John Michael Shields of 208 Foxfield Dr. in Evans, GA is accused of possessing child pornography on March 30, 2017 “and times prior” in Columbia County, according to a Oct.4, 2017 indictment by a federal grand jury sitting in Augusta.
John Michael Shields Indictment

Jonathon M Shields suspect 2Shields, in his 20s, allegedly possessed images “that involved a prepubescent minor, a minor that had not attained twelve (12) years in age, engaged in sexually explicit conduct,” the indictment states.

If convicted he faces 20 years in federal prison

A forfeiture portion of the indictment demands that Shields turn over any profits, all images (video, still etc) and provide all information on those with whom he dealt – and all involved electronics like computers, laptops.
Shields pleaded not guilty in Augusta on Oct. 11, 2017.
His bond is set at $20,000 with $1,000 secured case.

The above federal cases (Grace, Shields) are being prosecuted by:

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia R. Brian Tanner
Asst. U.S. Attorney C. Troy Clark, lead counsel
Asst. U.S. Attorney Brian T. Rafferty, chief of the criminal division
Asst. U.S. Attorney Patricia G. Rhodes, deputy chief of the criminal division

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Mark Allen Sanders

Meanwhile on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2017, 69-year-old Mark Allen Sanders of Aiken County was charged with 30 crimes involving an ongoing probe into the possession and distribution of child pornography – and the maximum sentence if convicted is 300 years in prison.
Sanders was busted on 10 felony counts of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and 20 felony counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor,
He faces a maximum of 10 years in prison on every count.
The charges were announced Friday by South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson.
Wilson said Sanders was arrested by the South Carolina Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office.
Sanders distributed and possessed numerous child pornography images (video, stills), according to Wilson’s news release. The S.C. Attorney General’s Office will prosecute the case.

South Carolina Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force

https://www.facebook.com/SCICAC/

S.C. Attorney General’s Office media center and info

http://www.scag.gov/media-center

News Releases

Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) News Releases

Official Statements

Video Gallery

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Here is update on some of the other child pornography related arrests over the past year:

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David Omar Urizar

21-year-old David Omar Urizar of Aiken, SC was arrested in late August 2017 on numerous charges including one count of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and five counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor for allegedly distributing and possessing files of child pornography.
If convicted Urizar faces a maximum of 60 years in prison.
He was arrested on August 29, 2017 by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Department and S.C. Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigators with the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office
He is being held at the Aiken County detention center.
The case will be prosecuted by the S.C. Attorney General’s Office.

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Jason Arlis Johnson

38-year-old Jason Arlis Johnson of North Augusta, SC faces state and federal charges involving multiple counts of child molestation in Columbia County, GA involving a once-missing teen victim who was found because of an Amber Alert.
Johnson was indicted in federal court in Augusta on a one felony count of transportation of a minor with the intent to engage in criminal sexual acts. The maximum sentence for that crime is life in prison. Johnson allegedly committed illegal sex acts and produced child pornography in Columbia County between Aug. 16 and Dec. 10, 2016, the federal indictment states.
Johnson and a 15-year-old girl, were found in Sevierville, TN in December 2016 after a nationwide Amber Alert was issued for the victim.

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Martin William Duncan

Martin William Duncan

62-year-old Martin William Duncan Sr. of Warrenville, SC was arrested in March 2017 on two counts of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and 10 counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor – for allegedly distributing child pornography on the internet.
The charges carry a maximum of 120 years in prison.
Duncan was busted by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office and the S.C. Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the S.C. Attorney General’s Office investigators.

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north augusta child porn Derrick Donchez

Derrick Donchez

34-year-old Derrick Jonathon Donchez of North Augusta, SC was arrested in August 2016 on 12 felony counts of sexual exploitation of minors for allegedly distributing child porn through a file-sharing network, according to the S.C. Attorney General’s Office.
If convicted, Donchez faces a maximum of 120 years in prison – each of the 12 charges carries 10 years.
Assisting in the probe are the Aiken County Sheriff’s Department and the Aiken Department of Public Safety.

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Rural Georgia postal carrier: U.S. Postal Service employee charged in Augusta federal court with stealing mail in Hephzibah, Georgia

U.S. Grand Jury in Augusta, GA: Theft of cash, gift cards and checks alleged in federal indictment in Hephzibah stolen mail case

Rural Mail Carrier at Unites States Postal Service 1

By Greg Peterson

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News

News Director/Co-owner

1-906-273-2433

(Augusta, GA) – A Richmond County postal employee has been indicted on charges of theft of mail.

Jennifer Albright, Post theft Augusta 1Jennifer Denise Albright of Augusta/Hephzibah addresses is charged with theft of mail by a postal service employees. If convicted, the charge carries a maximum sentence of 5 years in prison, a $250,000 fine and three years supervised release. There is no parole in federal prison.

Albright was indicted on Tues., Nov. 7, 2017 by a federal grand jury sitting in Augusta, Georgia.

On or about June 20th, 2017, Albright allegedly took property out of the mail valued at approx $525 including cash, checks and gift cards, the indictment states (see below for details). The mail was all from Hephzibah.

A future federal court date has not yet been set.

The case is being prosecuted by Asst. U.S. Attorney Brian T. Rafferty and Asst. U.S. Attorney Chris Howard (lead counsel) on behalf of their boss U.S. Attorney for the South District of Georgia R. Brian Tanner.

A graduate of Westside High School and Augusta Technical College, Albright states on her Facebook page she has been a rural postal carrier since 2015.

In early June, Albright desperately set up a “Go Fund Me” page asking for help with bills because she has lost her job and has children saying “my life has fallen apart.”

“A prayer would also be greatly appreciated,” Albright, a mother of two.

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