The Baltimore postman pleads guilty for delivering more than 220 pounds of WEED along his mail route

Special delivery! Mailman admits that he has traveled more than 220 lbs of MARIJUANA along his route in Baltimore last year

  • William McRae is said to have delivered more than 100 pounds (220 pounds) of marijuana on Postal Route C-032
  • The route stretches from Fulton to Poppleton Street in West Baltimore
  • His co-conspirator Michael Gray also pleaded guilty on Monday
  • McRae can risk 40 years in prison and must be sentenced on July 15
  • Gray can face up to 20 years and will be sentenced in September
  • Packages were directed to an apartment opposite the Hollins market, but none of them reached the destination
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A postman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to spread marijuana on his mail route after he and a co-conspirator were seen in exchange bags of weed.

William McRae is said to have delivered over 220 pounds of marijuana over the past year on Postal Route C-032 – which stretches from Fulton to Poppleton Street in West Baltimore.

His co-conspirator – Michael Gray – also pleaded guilty on Monday, WJZ reports.

Researchers first started investigating McRae after seizing three packages of cannabis in 2017.

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William McRae is said to have delivered more than 100 kilograms of marijuana on Postal Route C-032 - which stretches from Fulton to Poppleton Street in West Baltimore

William McRae is said to have delivered more than 100 kilograms of marijuana on Postal Route C-032 – which stretches from Fulton to Poppleton Street in West Baltimore

Packages were directed to an apartment opposite the Hollins market, but none of them reached the destination.

McRae was seen passing a package to Gray during his trip in January 2018 on the corner of West Lombard and Mount Streets.

Ten months later, surveillance was established at the Franklin Station post office and at McRae & # 39; s.

Researchers witnessed McRae who gave Gray two kilos of cannabis.

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The two were then arrested.

Packages were directed to an apartment opposite the Hollins market, but none of the cannabis (stock) reached the destination

Packages were directed to an apartment opposite the Hollins market, but none of the cannabis (stock) reached the destination

Packages were directed to an apartment opposite the Hollins market, but none of the cannabis (stock) reached the destination

McRae can risk 40 years in prison and must be sentenced on July 15.

Gray can face up to 20 years and will be sentenced in September.

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& # 39; We trust our US postmen if you don't trust anyone else & # 39 ;, said Don, a Baltimore resident.

The shocked sentiment was normal.

McRae was first seen passing a package to Gray during his trip in January 2018 on the corner of West Lombard and Mount Streets

McRae was first seen passing a package to Gray during his trip in January 2018 on the corner of West Lombard and Mount Streets

McRae was first seen passing a package to Gray during his trip in January 2018 on the corner of West Lombard and Mount Streets

& # 39; I would not think that you would endanger such a & # 39; n job. I would not, & # 39; added another resident, Jimmie Carter.

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& # 39; He didn't drop one at my house and I don't know why. I mean, come on, that's not right. & # 39;

Tony Stevens: & # 39; I'm just shocked. I mean, that's– I know the American mail was bad, but I didn't know it went so bad. & # 39;

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