Ex-Omaha worker convicted of stealing postal money

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – A former U.S. Postal Service employee in Omaha was sentenced to five years probation and sentenced to repay nearly $ 14,000 for a program in which he stole postal money.

According to the Nebraska Federal Prosecutor’s Office, Cameron Hogan, 44, of Omaha, was convicted in the US District Court in Omaha on Friday for misappropriating postal money. According to prosecutors, federal agents began investigating the case of Hogan as a senior sales and service representative at a post office in West Omaha last year.

According to investigators, Hogan admitted issuing fraudulent refunds and invalid transactions and using the money from those measures for his own use.

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