Postal Service Employee in Jersey Busted for Mailing Cocaine to Houses on Her Route

Talk about an elaborate drug scheme. A United State Postal Service worker in Jersey faces federal charges for allegedly having cocaine mailed to addresses on her route since 2010. Authorities say that the 30-year-old woman has been intercepting packages of cocaine mailed up from Puerto Rico. She’d allegedly mark the packages as delivered and then transport the drugs to Camden for distribution. They say she received $500 to $600 for each package she intercepted. After a drug sniffing dog caught one of the packages of cocaine, the feds swapped it with a dummy bag and a GPS tracker to catch the USPS worker after she supposedly failed to deliver the package.[Metro]