Ex-Virginia Postal Worker Pleads Guilty to Dumping Mail - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -

Ex-Virginia Postal Worker Pleads Guilty to Dumping Mail

Posted: Updated:

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - A former U.S. Postal Service worker faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to dumping hundreds of pieces of mail in Norfolk.

Shalita Corley of Portsmouth pleaded guilty on Wednesday to one count of secreting and delaying U.S. mail. She's scheduled to be sentenced July 15 in U.S. District Court in Norfolk.

Court records show a Norfolk resident saw Corley walking around an overgrown lot and acting suspiciously on Feb. 3. The resident found two trash bags containing mail after Corley left in a Postal Service vehicle.

The Postal Service recovered seven additional trash bags containing mail from the lot during the following week.

Corley resigned on Feb. 6.

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Suspect in Md. Office Park Shooting Apprehended in Del.

    Suspect in Md. Office Park Shooting Apprehended in Del.

    10/19/2017 02:28:00 -04:002017-10-19 06:28:00 GMT
    Thursday, October 19 2017 2:28 AM EDT2017-10-19 06:28:45 GMT
    Radee Labeeb Prince was arrested in Delaware Wednesday night following a shooting in two states.More
    Radee Labeeb Prince was arrested in Delaware Wednesday night following a shooting in two states.More
  • Wicomico County Sheriff's Facebook Post Questioned

    Wicomico County Sheriff's Facebook Post Under Fire

    10/17/2017 17:44:00 -04:002017-10-17 21:44:00 GMT
    Tuesday, October 17 2017 6:30 PM EDT2017-10-17 22:30:06 GMT
    SALISBURY, Md. - A now-deleted Facebook post from Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis is causing controversy in the county.Lewis' post referred to protesters outside a Ravens Game on Sunday. The protesters were demonstrating next to a Maryland State PolicMore
    SALISBURY, Md. - A now-deleted Facebook post from Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis is causing controversy in the county.Lewis' post referred to protesters outside a Ravens Game on Sunday. The protesters were demonstrating next to a Maryland State PolicMore
  • Update: Suspect in Maryland Office Park Shooting Arrested

    Update: Suspect in Maryland Office Park Shooting Arrested

    10/18/2017 20:53:00 -04:002017-10-19 00:53:00 GMT
    Wednesday, October 18 2017 11:58 PM EDT2017-10-19 03:58:37 GMT
    (Photo Credit: MGN)(Photo Credit: MGN)
    A man with a lengthy criminal past who showed up for work at a countertop company on Wednesday and shot five of his co-workers has been arrested, authorities said. Three of them were killed and two critically wounded.More
    A man with a lengthy criminal past who showed up for work at a countertop company on Wednesday and shot five of his co-workers has been arrested, authorities said. Three of them were killed and two critically wounded.More
  • Most Popular VideosMost Popular VideosMore>>

  • Wicomico County Sheriff's Facebook Post Questioned

    Wicomico County Sheriff's Facebook Post Questioned

    A now-deleted Facebook post from Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis is causing controversy in the county. Lewis' post referred to protesters outside a Ravens Game on Sunday. The protesters were demonstrating next to a Maryland State Police trooper. In the post, Lewis referred to the protesters as "fist wielding, black power activists" who decried law enforcement officers' work.

    More

    A now-deleted Facebook post from Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis is causing controversy in the county. Lewis' post referred to protesters outside a Ravens Game on Sunday. The protesters were demonstrating next to a Maryland State Police trooper. In the post, Lewis referred to the protesters as "fist wielding, black power activists" who decried law enforcement officers' work.

    More
  • 18 Inmates Charged in Deadly Del. Prison Uprising

    18 Inmates Charged in Deadly Del. Prison Uprising

    Sixteen inmates have been charged with first-degree murder in connection with a deadly uprising that occurred in early February at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna. Two other inmates were also charged in connection with the incident on Feb. 1-2 that resulted in the murder of Lt. Steven Floyd, injuries to Correctional Officers Winslow Smith and Joshua Wilkinson, and the kidnapping of counselor Patricia May.

    More

    Sixteen inmates have been charged with first-degree murder in connection with a deadly uprising that occurred in early February at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna. Two other inmates were also charged in connection with the incident on Feb. 1-2 that resulted in the murder of Lt. Steven Floyd, injuries to Correctional Officers Winslow Smith and Joshua Wilkinson, and the kidnapping of counselor Patricia May.

    More
  • Anti-Discrimination Draft Concerns Some in Sussex County

    Anti-Discrimination Draft Concerns Some in Sussex County

    Months after Governor Carney issued a memorandum asking the Department of Education to create a model anti-discrimination policy for the state, a draft is available for public comment.

    More

    Months after Governor Carney issued a memorandum asking the Department of Education to create a model anti-discrimination policy for the state, a draft is available for public comment.

    More
Powered by Frankly

All content © Copyright 2000 - 2017 WBOC. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices