A former mail carrier who worked in Jersey City admitted stealing credit cards sent via the U.S. Post Office, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
Jaquan Miller, a 30-year-old Bloomfield resident, was working out of the Hudson City Station post office when he began taking the cards from the mail in the summer of 2017.
For the next year, Miller handed the stolen cards to individuals including Moussa Dagno and Olagoke Araromi, who bought electronics and other items with the cards. Each previously pleaded guilty and were sentenced to 57 and 61 months in prison, respectively.
Miller, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to stealing mail, faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he's sentenced in March.
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