• Police arrest two after finding Tulsa motel room full of USPS mail sorting bins

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    TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa police arrested two people accused of using fake money orders and taking part in a massive mail theft scheme.

    Justa Richardson and Matthew Myers were first arrested in December 2016 after using fake money orders at an east Tulsa motel. Police investigating the case found more fake money orders used at a midtown motel this week.

    When officers went to the motel, they found a dozen white plastic USPS sorting bins and a USPS mailbox key on Myers' keychain.

    Police believe the duo stole the key from a mail truck and took bins full of mail from various boxes around the city.

    Police are expecting federal indictments for mail-related crimes to be filed against the suspects.


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