Police Stop Chevy Tahoe Filled with Stolen Mail

Police Stop Chevy Tahoe Filled with Stolen Mail

Police show stolen mail (LASD)

LOS ANGELES — Three people, two men and a woman, were arrested on Thursday on charges stemming from a rash of mail and package thefts from many mailboxes in the Santa Clarita Valley.

A citizen spotted two people acting suspiciously at 4:30 in the morning that day, stealing mail from a community mailbox.   The citizen called the police, who responded to the 24100 block of Newhall Ranch Road.

Police then followed the suspects’ Chevy Tahoe as it drove toward I-5.  There they conducted a traffic stop and discovered numerous mail and packages filling the cabin of the vehicle.

A third suspect was discovered under the large pile of mail.

22-year-old Kieontay Williams, 27-year-old Breeona Scott and 23-year-old Timothy Brown were arrested and charged with grand theft and mail theft.  Williams was already on active probation for identity theft.

“Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station detectives are jointly investigating this case along with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.  If you think that you are a victim of mail theft, you can report suspected mail losses to Postal Inspectors by calling 877-876-2455 or at  postalinspectors.uspis.gov.

 

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