Delivery driver charged with stealing Amazon boxes
HARDING TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Another delivery truck driver has been charged with stealing Amazon boxes and dumping them on the side of a road.
Police in Harding Township say Trey Johnson was driving for a third-party delivery company called Prime EFS.
A resident called police last month to report finding two dozen Amazon boxes on the side of the road that had been rummaged through.
Police determined nearly $2,000 in goods were stolen.
NJ.com reports the 31-year-old Johnson, of Woodbridge, is charged with theft of movable property.
Last week, police in Keansburg charged a delivery driver with theft after surveillance video allegedly showed him delivering a package to a home and coming back to steal several others.
Information from: NJ Advance Media.