Shawn Ice first reported he was in the service and would not steal from veterans, but he later admitted “he had a problem with prescription pills,” and he had stolen five parcels that contained hydrocodone over a two-month period beginning in December 2016, according to his plea agreement, which was filed in U.S. District Court in Greeneville.
Officials at the Rogersville Post Office started an investigation after complaints surfaced about Veterans Affairs prescription parcels going missing after they were scanned. Officials placed a surveillance camera inside the post office, which captured Ice placing a parcel in his jacket, according to his plea agreement.
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