Alabama Postal Worker Gets Probation For Money Order Kiting Scheme

A former Walker County postal worker was sentenced today to five years probation and ordered to repay the U.S. Postal Service $10,807 for theft of government property for a scheme involving money orders.

The former postal worker admitted she had used the money to pay for her daughter’s 2003 Ford Mustang, which had been repossessed, and to help make payments on her house, which was in foreclosure, according to court documents.”

In addition to the $10,807 taken from nine money orders that Sullivan is ordered to repay, another $41,000 involving 59 money orders was taken and later repaid during the kiting scheme, according to court documents.

full story: The Birmingham News