U.S. Postal Service Suspect In Local Postal Officials' Deaths Seeks Mental Competency Evaluation By Jim Letizia • Jan 18, 2018 Franklin County Sheriff's Office The attorney for the former postal carrier charged with killing of his supervisor and the Dublin postmaster in December is asking for a mental competency evaluation to determine if her client is competent to stand trial. Former Postal Worker Charged In Double-Murder To Be Tried In Federal Court By Associated Press • Jan 15, 2018 Franklin County Sheriff's Office The former postal worker accused of fatally shooting his supervisor and a postmaster outside her apartment will be tried in federal court. Local Former Postal Worker Held Without Bond In Deaths Of Supervisor, Inspector By Jim Letizia • Jan 5, 2018 Franklin County Sheriff's Office A judge has ordered the former Columbus letter carrier accused of killing a supervisor and an inspector in December held without bond. Local Postal Worker Charged With Killing Supervisor, Inspector By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Dec 24, 2017 Franklin County Sheriff's Office A disgruntled mail carrier accused in the slayings of his supervisor at the Dublin post office and a postal inspector outside her apartment complex has been charged with aggravated murder. Postal Service Worker Killed In Athens County Crash By Jim Letizia • Sep 3, 2017 shutterstock.com The Ohio Highway Patrol says a U.S. Postal Service employee was killed Saturday morning in a one-vehicle crash in Athens County. Annual "Stamp Out Hunger" Food Drive Is This Saturday By Jim Letizia • May 12, 2017 U.S. Postal Service letter carriers across Ohio and the nation are participating in the annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive on Saturday. Columbus Ranked 8th For Dog Attacks On Letter Carriers By Jim Letizia • May 13, 2016 latimes.com The U.S. Postal Service's annual report says Columbus is one of the worst cities for dog attacks on mail carriers. Former Springfield U.S. Postal Worker Pleads Not Guilty To Theft By Associated Press • Apr 4, 2016 A former U.S. Postal Service worker in Springfield has denied accusations that she stole items from several packages by stuffing them into her sweatpants. Former U.S. Postal Official Pleads Guilty To Theft By Jim Letizia • Mar 7, 2016 The former U.S. postmaster in Groveport has agreed to plead guilty to charges of stealing more than 160 thousand dollars from the Postal Service. National "Stamp Out Hunger" Food Drive Happening Saturday By Jim Letizia • May 8, 2015 This Saturday is the national "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, conducted by the union representing U.S. Postal Service letter carriers. Whitehall Post Office Gutted By Fire By Jim Letizia • Dec 18, 2014 People with packages at the fire-gutted Whitehall post office will be able to pick them up soon. USPS Carrier Facing Theft And Other Charges By Jim Letizia • Aug 29, 2014 A U.S. Postal Service letter carrier pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of stealing mail and using stolen credit cards from that mail. Local Postal Worker Charged With Stealing Or Destroying Mail By Jim Letizia • Jul 17, 2014 U.S. Postal Service officials say a central Ohio letter carrier has been indicted on charges of stockpiling other people's mail. Columbus Ranked Ninth For Dog Attacks On Letter Carriers By Jim Letizia • May 16, 2014 The U.S. Postal Service say Columbus is the nation's ninth-worst city for dog attacks on letter carriers. Bexley And Eastmoor Residents Report Postal Delivery Problems By Jim Letizia • Dec 5, 2013 The U.S. Postal Service is investigating delivery delays in Bexley and Eastmoor. Letter Carrier Facing Charges For Hoarding Mail By Jim Letizia • Aug 8, 2013 Thousands of pieces of mail are being delivered to two Columbus neighborhoods after being found in a letter carrier's home. "Stamp Out Hunger" Drive This Saturday By Jim Letizia • May 9, 2013 This Saturday, U.S. Postal Service carriers will collect donations of food to help feed hungry Central Ohioans. Postal Worker Pleads Guilty To Theft And Assault By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Dec 21, 2012 A former U.S. Postal Service worker in Columbus has pleaded guilty to charges of stealing cash and gift cards from mail at a processing center and assaulting officers. Postal Worker Faces Theft, Assault Charges By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Dec 7, 2012 A U.S. Postal Service worker will plead guilty to 71 charges accusing him of stealing cash and gift cards from mail at a Central Ohio processing center and assaulting officers.