Postal worker offered deal in case involving mail theft

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If he demonstrates good conduct for a year, a Greensburg man who was charged in March with stealing mail from the U.S. Postal Service facility where he worked can avoid prosecution, according to a motion filed by prosecutors on the U.S. District Court docket Thursday.

Christopher L. Demorest Sr., 39, was accused in March of taking a greeting card containing $25 and two other greeting cards intended for three people identified in the indictment only by their initials.

The agreement to drop the prosecution if the defendant behaves for a year is comparable to one recently granted to another postal employee facing similar charges.

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