Lubbock postal carrier denies stealing mail, trial date set - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock postal carrier denies stealing mail, trial date set

Grant Fisher (Source: Facebook) Grant Fisher (Source: Facebook)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Post Office employee from Lubbock denies stealing items out of the mail. Grant Demose Fisher pleaded not guilty on Friday to three counts of Theft of Mail by a Postal Employee and two counts of Obstruction of Mail by a Postal Employee. A federal magistrate set Fisher's trial date as August 13. He is allowed to remain free on bond while awaiting trial.

In a June indictment, Fisher is accused of stealing four GameFly video games, medication, jewelry, and a Netflix movie from packages in the mail. The indictment says Fisher committed the thefts in both Lubbock and Hockley Counties between October 2011 and February 2012.

Copyright 2012 KCBD. All rights reserved.

  • Local News on KCBD.comNewsMore>>

  • Military judge in Bergdahl case worries about Trump impact

    Military judge in Bergdahl case worries about Trump impact

    Monday, October 23 2017 3:34 AM EDT2017-10-23 07:34:03 GMT
    Monday, October 23 2017 12:56 PM EDT2017-10-23 16:56:40 GMT

    Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will appear Monday before the judge deciding his punishment for endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan in 2009.

    Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will appear Monday before the judge deciding his punishment for endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan in 2009.

  • States to ask judge to keep health subsidies cut by Trump

    States to ask judge to keep health subsidies cut by Trump

    Monday, October 23 2017 5:23 AM EDT2017-10-23 09:23:58 GMT
    Monday, October 23 2017 12:56 PM EDT2017-10-23 16:56:33 GMT

    State attorneys general argue the monthly payments are required under former President Barack Obama's health care law and cutting them off will harm consumers.

    State attorneys general argue the monthly payments are required under former President Barack Obama's health care law and cutting them off will harm consumers.

  • Soldier's widow angry Trump didn't know her husband's name

    Soldier's widow angry Trump didn't know her husband's name

    Monday, October 23 2017 9:04 AM EDT2017-10-23 13:04:12 GMT
    Monday, October 23 2017 12:55 PM EDT2017-10-23 16:55:30 GMT
    President Donald Trump is defending his call to a fallen soldier's widow, saying he was "respectful" and used his name "without hesitation." Trump addressed the call on Twitter Monday after Myeshia Johnson appeared...
    President Donald Trump is defending his call to a fallen soldier's widow, saying he was "respectful" and used his name "without hesitation." Trump addressed the call on Twitter Monday after Myeshia Johnson appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America.
Powered by Frankly