UPDATE: Former USPS employee sentenced after stealing mail in Sawyer County
UPDATE: A former Sawyer County mailman was sentenced on federal charges of stealing mail Thursday.
Kenneth Grunewald, from Bruce, was accused of stealing two rebate cards from the mail while working for the United States Postal Service in the Village of Winter in 2015.
Thursday, a federal judge ordered Grunewald to pay more than $400 in restitution and a $2,000 fine.
Posted August 24, 2017 Madison (WQOW) - A former U.S. Postal Service worker, who is accused of stealing items from the mail, was charged in federal court on Thursday.
Kenneth Grunewald, 50, of Bruce, Wisconsin, is charged with two counts of stealing items from the U.S. Mail while employed with the U.S. Postal Service in Winter, Wisconsin. He is accused of stealing two rebate cards from mail entrusted to him in January and May of 2015.
If convicted, Grunewald faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison.
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