Defiance postal worker facing federal charge

A man indicted for allegedly steal­ing from the Leip­sic Post Office while employed there this sum­mer will have a pre-trial con­fer­ence on Jan. 26.
20-year-old Dou­glas Bush entered a not guilty plea on mis­ap­pro­pri­a­tion of funds, which is a fed­eral charge. He is free on a $10,000 unse­cured bond.
Bush was charged with steal­ing $22,000 from the Leip­sic Post Office this sum­mer while he was a postal employee. Police say he stole postal ser­vice money orders
between June 30-July 16. He did not pro­vide pay­ment for the money orders and deposited them into his per­sonal check­ing account.

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