Chicago man allegedly scams UPS for employee information
CHICAGO, Ill. (CNN Newsource) —
Investigators say a scammer managed to get his hands on three month's worth of the United Parcel Service's corporate mail.
They say the mail was delivered to a apartment building in Chicago between last October and January.
According to a search warrant, Deshaun Spruce changed the UPS corporate address to his home.
The mail included employees' credit cards and about $60,000 worth of checks.
Spruce is accused of depositing the checks into his bank account, but he hasn't been charged.
Spruce admitted that he received the mail, but said he may have been the victim of stolen identity.