A former Minneapolis mail carrier was sentenced to eight months in prison for stealing mail from the Ronald McDonald House and other places in Minneapolis.
What a low-life to steal mail containing nearly 16,000 Best Buy reward certificates that was to be used to buy about $200,000 in merchandise. These certificates were supposed to go to the kids and their families at the Ronald McDonald House. Timothy Krolick was also ordered to pay $1,350 in restitution to the house.
But that isn’t all he stole. He also stole mail that had cash from at least 250 victims living around the University of Minnesota.
Eight months in prison seems too lenient for this type of crime. Another local postal employee also admitted stealing mail. Prosecutors are looking to seek a three to four year sentence for this low-life. Why not for Timothy Krolick?