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An Amazon driver in New Jersey dumped packages from his delivery vehicle – telling an officer he was “throwing his feces into the woods,” according to a report.
A Logan Township cop on patrol noticed a van parked on Route 130 on Nov 2. He spotted the driver, Desmond Gould, 23, throwing a box into the woods, NJ.com reported.
After being told about the alleged doo-doo, the cop told Gould to retrieve the tossed box and realized the suspect was getting rid of undelivered packages, according to an affidavit of probable cause cited by the outlet.
Eleven packages with a total value of $288.87 were recovered.
Gould was allegedly hiding the items and planning to return later to retrieve them.
He was charged with theft and illegal dumping, and released pending a court appearance.
“This does not reflect the high standards we have for Delivery Service Partners,” company rep Leah Seay told NJ.com. “We take these matters seriously and can confirm this individual is no longer delivering Amazon packages.”
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