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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Six months in federal prison and a fine of $15,000: that's the punishment for former Kentucky postal worker Brent Morse, after police say he kept 45,000 pieces of mail.
They say he stored the mail at rented storage facilities in western Kentucky, and at his late mother's house, over the span of two years. All of the mail has now been found and delivered. A postal service spokesperson says Morse failed to deliver the mail, so that he could pick up his kids from school during that time.