Mail Theft

On November 28, 2018 at approximately 11:30 PM Deputies received a call for service in reference to a gray van traveling down the wrong side of Greenpond Rd, going through mail boxes. Deputies located the van a short time later and found Charity Oniel Hatchell of Spartanburg, to be in possession of numerous pieces of mail which didn’t belong to her. She was arrested without incident and transported to Johnson Detention Center where she was booked. Mrs. Hatchell will be charged with at least six counts of Larceny for stealing mail out of people’s mail boxes, two counts of receiving stolen goods, forgery, and driving under suspension. Deputies also located mail belonging to people in other jurisdictions. Investigators are working to locate these victims and contacting the appropriate law enforcement agencies. 

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