Postal Worker Charged After Dumping Load of Votes In Woods

A postal work­er in Lewis­ton was charged and is accused of dump­ing large amounts of mail in the woods in Youngstown, accord­ing to a crim­i­nal complaint.

In the com­plaint, Sean Bar­rett of Youngstown who works at the Lewis­ton Post Office, was first seen alleged­ly dump­ing mail next to a trail in a wood­ed area near the 1100-block of Pletch­er Road in Youngstown on Octo­ber 13th.

Dur­ing that time, Bar­ret­t’s scan­ner was dor­mant at a loca­tion in Youngstown between 12:20 and 3:54 p.m.

The next day, Lewis­ton police uncov­ered three USPS mail bins and two garbage bags con­tain­ing USPS first class, cer­ti­fied, and stan­dard mailings.

Inves­ti­ga­tors uncov­ered 1,314 pieces of mail which includ­ed the fol­low­ing items

  • 502 first class mailings
  • two cer­ti­fied mailings
  • 794 stan­dard mailings
  • one absen­tee ballot
  • 15 polit­i­cal mailings

These pieces of mail were sup­posed to be sent to Youngstown.

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