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Cops: Postal worker sold pot out of mail truck

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A Long Island mail carrier is accused of dealing marijuana out of his truck.

Nassau County police arrested Jimmy Henry, 29, of Freeport on Wednesday evening.

Police Officers say they saw someone, later identified as Jennie Pappas, 24, of Wantagh run into the rear parking lot of the post office on Merrick Road and meet up with Henry.

They say that Henry then went into a postal truck came out with a silver container and handed it to Pappas. Police say she put it into her pocket and ran back to her car. The officers went up to her and say they found marijuana on her lap.

They then went to Henry and found a black bag containing a substance believed to be marijuana in the postal truck.

Pappas and Henry were arrested and charged with drug charges. Both are due back in court later this month.

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