Postal Workers Facing Time In Prison

In Atlanta, Sixteen U.S. postal workers were sentenced to federal prison for accepting bribes to deliver cocaine. According to The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, bribes were as low as $250.

In 2015, federal agents were first tipped off on the crime while investigating a drug trafficking organization in the city. However, drug traffickers were bribing the postal workers to deliver the drugs because of the job positions.

They were able to catch the postal workers by posing as drug traffickers looking for postal employees delivering the drugs in exchange for money. Also, Law officials were able to record the interactions.

List Of Cocaine Smugglers

Cydra Rochelle Alexander, 33, of Riverdale, was a letter carrier assigned to the Ralph McGill Carrier Annex and Central City Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. On Nov. 27, 2017, she pleaded guilty tot he crime and will serve five years and ten months in prison.

Aurthamis O. “Tank” Burch, 47, of Snellville, was a letter carrier assigned to the Doraville Post Office. On Dec. 11, 2017, he pleaded guilty to the crime and will serve three years and 1- months in prison. Also, $1,500 in forfeiture

Kawana Rashun Champion, 36, of Jonesboro, was a clerk working at the North Springs Branch of the Sandy Springs Post Office and the Central City Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. His court date was Feb. 20, 2018. He will face nine years in prison to be followed by four years of supervised release. He must also pay $10,500 in forfeiture.

Eleanor Lolita Golden, 55, of East Point, was working as a letter carrier assigned to the West End Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. She will face six years in prison. Also, restitution fines of $4,500.

Tonie Harris, 55, of Decatur, was a letter carrier working at the Sandy Springs Post Office. Harris pleaded guilty to the crime on March 20, 2018. He faces three years and one month in prison. Also, restitution fines of

Leea Janel Holt, 39, of Atlanta, was a letter carrier working at the Old National Branch of the Riverdale Post Office. She faces six years and six months in prison. Also, restitution fines of $1,450.

Sixteen Postal Workers Are Facing Time In Federal Prison For Smuggling Cocaine

Clifton “Cliff” Curtis Lee, 43, of Lithonia, was a letter carrier working at the Sandy Springs Post Office. He faces three years and ten months in prison. Also, restitution fines of $4,500.

Shakeed Anilah Magee, 41, of College Park, was a letter working at the West End Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. Magee faces five years in prison.

Horace Manson, 41, of Roswell, was a letter carrier working at the West End Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. Manson faces three years and ten months in prison. Also, restitution fines of $3,000.

Olivia Marita Moore, 26, of Atlanta, was a letter carrier working for the Old National Branch of the Riverdale Post Office. She faces five years and ten months in prison. Also, restitution fines of $4,500.

Eddie Nash, 64, of Decatur, was a letter carrier working at the West End Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. He faces five years in prison. Also, restitution fines of $3,000.

Jeffrey A. Pearson, 61, of Austell, was a letter carrier working for the Decatur Post Office. He faces four years and nine months in prison. Also, restitution fines of $2,000.

Rodney Antwain Salter, 34, of Jonesboro, a letter carrier working with the Martech Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. He faces five years in prison. Also, restitution fines of $3,000.

Frank Webb, 41, of Lithonia, was a letter carrier working for the Central City Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. He faces three years and four months in prison. Also, restitution fines of $3,000.

Katrina Nicole “Trina” Wilson, 39, of Fairburn, was a letter carrier working at the West End Branch of the Atlanta Post Office. She faces eight years in prison. Also, restitution fines of $9,500.

Finally, Harvel Donta “Dante” Young, 41, of Atlanta, was a letter carrier working for the Westside Annex Branch of the Marietta Post Office. He will face five years in prison. Also, restitution fines of $1,800.