Post Office supervisor in Kansas sentenced for mail theft

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) – A woman who worked as a supervisor in a Johnson County post office has been sentenced for stealing mail.

U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister said 40-year-old Stacey Kampfer, of Kansas City, Kansas, was sentenced Monday to a year on probation and ordered to pay about $785 in restitution.

Kampfer pleaded guilty to one count of mail theft. She admitted that while she was a supervisor of customer services she opened mail and stole gift cards and debit cards.

Investigators said she opened mail belonging to 214 people.
 

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