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Postal Worker Found With Mail From 1996

FRANKLIN, Ind. – Some city residents could soon get letters nearly 10 years old after police found several bags and boxes of undelivered mail in a postal worker’s home, authorities said.

Police were investigating a domestic dispute at mailman Glenn Snow’s home when officers found first-class mail dating from 1996 to 1999, police said.

A female roommate told police Snow did not deliver the mail because it was too much, according to a police report.

The only word to describe this level of laziness is admirable. And he can’t even be prosecuted.

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Leopold Stotch
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“Dr. Leopold Stotch” was the pseudonym of political science professor then at a major research university inside the beltway. He has a PhD in International Relations. He contributed 165 pieces to OTB between November 2004 and February 2006.


  1. Mark J says:

    Doesn’t it seem sometimes that everything in life is a Seinfeld reference?

  2. Ralf Goergens says:

    The settlement check is in the mail.

  3. Jack Tanner says:

    The check really is in the mail.

  4. Lornkanaga says:

    Please excuse my ignorance, but why can he not be prosecuted? Interferring with the delivery of US mail is a federal offence. I’d say that storing it in his residence constitutes interferring.