Former Postal Employee Makes Appearance in Federal Court After Agreeing to Plead Guilty to Stealing from the Mail and Selling At Least 6,240 Credit Cards
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SANTA ANA, California – A Garden Grove man who worked for the United States Postal Service for more than two decades appeared in federal court this morning after agreeing to plead guilty to stealing from the mail and selling at least 6,240 credit cards. Chinh Vuong, 48, was summonsed into federal court this morning. Vuong was charged last week with one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft for stealing mail while on the job for a year and using the information in the mail for identity theft. “Postal employees have a duty to conduct postal business in a professional manner, to ensure the proper delivery the public’s mail,” said United States Attorney Eileen M. Decker.