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Postal carrier pleads guilty to felony mail theft charge

Doyle Tarrence of Spring Valley was a route driver accused of stealing money from greeting cards in the southeast Minnesota last year. The 47-year-old will be sentenced in June.
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Doyle Tarrence of Spring Valley was a route driver accused of stealing money from greeting cards in the southeast Minnesota last year. The 47-year-old will be sentenced in June.

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