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Former cargo workers sentenced for theft via the mail

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Two former cargo workers are sentenced in federal court for their part in stealing thousands of dollars worth of items being sent in the mail. 27 year old Thomas Atoigue and 23 year old Austin Jay San Nicolas were convicted of mail theft.

Investigators say Atoigue worked as a cargo screener for Unlimited Services Group, which at the time sub-contracted under United Airlines for the handling of cargo for the US Postal Service. Atoigue stole numerous items from the mail system such as televisions, computers,

watches, speakers, Hydro Flasks, vape juices, and Apple products, and more totaling over $16 thousand dollars...He would even gift some of the stolen goods to relatives. San Nicolas was the company's cargo lead who stole multiple packages including televisions, a Sony Play Station 4, a Samsung phone, speakers, various Apple products, and a Springfield firearm. Atoigue is sentenced to two years probation. San Nicolas is sentenced to five months home detention and must use an electronic monitoring system.

Both were also ordered to a pay a $100 fine and perform 100 hours of community service.

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