According to NJ.com, 24-year-old Moussa Dagno, of Harrison, admitted to bribing postal workers to steal debit, credit and ATM cards so that he could purchase clothes and electronics.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for New Jersey released that Dagno pleaded guilty yesterday (April 8) for "one count each of bribery of U.S. postal workers, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft."
He will face up to 15 years in federal prison for the bribery charges, along with 30 years for bank fraud. Dagno will be sentenced on July 17. His aggravated identity theft charge will be a two-year sentence.
For further details on the story, visit the NJ.com article here.