Thursday, May 17, 2012

Leniency For Landore in Post Office Crime
U.S. District Court Judge James P. Jones sentenced Former Southwest Virginia Postmaster Cynthia K. Landore to serve a year and a day in prison for embezzling over 34-thousand dollars from the Hiltons post office. Because of her clean record she will serve less time than the suggested guidelines. The 56-year old Bristol Tennessee resident pleaded guilty to one count of misappropriation of postal funds and one count of theft of public property. Landore took money customers used to buy money orders and stamps then hid the crime by falsifying records and money orders. She could have gotten 10-years in prison on each charge. (bg)

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  • Johnson City Construction Project Will Close Busy Road Overnight
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  • Hawkins Co Man Charged After Just-Filled Prescription for Valium Goes Missing
  • Magistrates Soon to Go To Work in Sullivan County to Correct "Deficiency"
  • FEC Reports Haslam Gives $500,000 in Political Contributions So Far in 2015
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