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The US Postal Service is investigating a report of a truckload of American freight being held up at a warehouse in Florida by a driver who was allegedly acting illegally, the company’s inspector general has said.
A driver was arrested and charged with obstructing a public highway and tampering with a vehicle, the Postal Service said.
US Postal inspectors have been looking into the incident.
US postal inspectors have also been looking at the handling of American truckloads of freight in the past, the agency said.
The inspector general’s office said the driver was a former postal employee.
It said he was released on bail and did not have a criminal record.
“This case was investigated by our Postal Inspection Agency, a separate agency that investigates and prosecutes crimes that have occurred within the United States Postal Service, as well as other agencies and entities,” the Postal Inspection Service said in a statement.
The Postal Service says drivers are required to use the proper signs and signals when they leave the premises, and must keep a record of all interactions they have with the public. “
As this case is still under investigation, the USPS does not anticipate any changes to the driver’s employment status.”
The Postal Service says drivers are required to use the proper signs and signals when they leave the premises, and must keep a record of all interactions they have with the public.
The Inspector General’s office is investigating the case.
In February, the US Postal Inspection Services (USPS) said it was investigating a truck load of freight held up by a postal worker who was acting illegally.
The driver was charged with obstruction of a public street and tampering in a vehicle.
The USPS said it did not know the identity of the driver.
It has been accused of failing to ensure drivers had proper identification and has been charged with falsifying records.
In January, the Federal Trade Commission said the agency was investigating complaints from drivers who were stopped at a freight terminal in Virginia and questioned about their driving records.
The agency has been investigating whether the drivers had not received proper training.
In October, the inspector general of the US Department of Transportation said the USPS was investigating allegations that postal workers were driving their trucks without proper tags, and not wearing their seat belts properly.