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A Virginia mail delivery carrier allegedly became so overwhelmed by the amount of mail he was expected to deliver that he rented a storage unit and held onto approximately 5000 pieces of mail he failed to deliver.

Jason Delacruz, 38, was hired by the United States Postal Service in Virginia Beach, Virginia in June 2018.

At the end of May 2019, the USPS Office of the Inspector General was notified about a situation regarding the possibility that one of the mail carriers was placing undelivered mail into a storage rental unit. The person who reported the incident submitted photographs that they had obtained of someone that appeared to be a mail carrier and included pictures of the license plate of the car that the suspect was driving.

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After being wished a Merry Christmas, a woman allegedly assaulted the person who issued the greeting by beating her on the head.

On Christmas, at a residence in Cincinnati, Ohio, two women reportedly had an altercation which was allegedly brought on by one of them using the greeting “Merry Christmas.”

32-year-old Henrietta Bush, whose acquaintance with the alleged victim was not made clear in the reports, has been accused of responding to the holiday wishes using her fists to pummel the woman on her head.

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On Tuesday, December 19, police arrested a man who they believe participated in 20 or more package thefts throughout several Irvine neighborhoods.

As reported by the Irvine Police Department, after home video surveillance cameras picked up footage of a man stealing delivered packages off doorsteps in Irvine, authorities released photos and a video to news outlets in an attempt to locate the responsible party. 33-year-old Anthony Brian Palusso, a Mission Viejo resident, was identified at a local hotel by someone who had seen the video during a broadcast.

It was discovered that Palusso was in possession of an outstanding warrant, and Garden Grove police picked him up at the hotel and took him into custody.