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moreluck

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May 28, 2005

GURNEE -- A former United Parcel Service delivery truck driver has been
charged with theft after a two-year investigation revealed he stole up to $1
million worth of jewelry, electronics, computer equipment and other merchandise,
authorities said Friday.

Patrick M. Kovarsky, 33, of the 4200 block of 22nd Avenue, Kenosha, is being
held at the Kenosha County Jail, authorities with the Gurnee Police Department
said in a written release.

UPS began investigating Kovarsky, a 15-year driver, after a number of
packages that were supposed to be delivered to Gurnee Mills never showed up, the
release said.

In March, UPS took the case to Gurnee police. On Wednesday, Gurnee detectives
and Kenosha police searched Kovarsky's home and found more than 4,600 stolen
items worth between $700,000 and $1 million, the release said.

Kovarsky had auctioned a number of items that had been reported missing,
according to information from eBay and Paypal, the release said.
 
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upsdude

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"Kovarsky had auctioned a number of items that had been reported missing,
according to information from eBay and Paypal, the release said."

That is really going to screw up his feedback rating!
 
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rushfan

Guest
What a f#$&^# idot! Just like the driver who was busted being part of a drug trafficing network.
 
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proups

Guest
switchoff: I think if you read the article, it would become obvious to you that this guy was a swing driver. That would make it very difficult for LP to catch him. It also said they got the police involved a year ago. That tells me they wanted to make sure they had enough on this idiot to send him to prison.
 
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