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12/22/08

Former Postal Worker Admits Stealing Mail

A former Anton postal worker will spend the next three years on probation, after she admitted to stealing mail. Becky Hodges pleaded guilty to opening mail, and taking about $450 for her own personal use.

That's after the U.S. Postal Service began taking complaints from various people in June and July. On Friday, a federal judge sentenced Hodges to probation, and order she pay $70.00 in restitution.

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