Federal prosecutors announced Wednesday that the U.S. Postal Service supervisor was jailed in a case involving consoles that were stolen from the post office in the spring.
Zoheb A.Deura, 34, of Derby, Connecticut, was fined $ 20,000 and was sentenced to three years of probation during the first nine months he served in house custody. He pleaded guilty in October to the theft between February and April 2020, which contained a number of packages, including packages containing “PlayStation and Nintendo gaming gear,” including an Apple iPhone and computer.
Deura stole a package containing shoes and clothes. After an investigation by the Postal Service̵7;s inspector general, Deura was charged and pleaded guilty on October 21 that the mail was misappropriated by a postal service employee, Deura resigned from the postal service.
Even though Deura’s crime preceded a PlayStation 5’s shipping and release, the news may still rock those who find consoles difficult to arrive. A history account of the PS5 stolen in transit appeared in the news shortly after the console’s release in early November.Amazon launched an investigation in the UK after several customers said their console boxes were full of cat food, appliances. Electricity or other garbage they didn’t order.
The same thing happened to me, I got the George Foreman grill!
It looks like the box will be opened at some point as well.
Right now I can’t find a replacement as I don’t have any stock in the UK, even though I ordered 2 months in advance! pic.twitter.com/Cmg3BzVhvg
– Sam Felts (@Sam_Felts) November 20, 2020