UPS Worker Charged in Gun Thefts - The Intermountain On Dec. 4, West Virginia State Police responded to a call from UPS in Elkins alleging that Paul Himes, 24, of Elkins had been caught stealing a Remington Model 700 rifle, according to the criminal complaint. Himes admitted he stole the gun during an interview with Trooper J.R. Wince, the complaint states. During the Dec. 4 investigation, Wince learned a second rifle had been removed from its packaging. According to the complaint, a shift manager saw Himes put a box from a truck onto the floor. The shift manager told Wince that placing a box on the floor was out of the ordinary because everything must be put onto loading belts.