Somerville Postal Employees Indicted On Drug Trafficking Charges

SOMERVILLE (CBS) – Two Postal Service employees and two other men have been indicted on drug trafficking charges.

The indictment alleged the men sold cocaine while on duty at the Somerville Post Office. The Postal employees have been identified as 48-year-old Gerard Harrington of Stoneham and 41-year-old Sean Williamson of Peabody.

Also charged were 48-year-old John Thibedeau of Waltham and 57-year-old William Zuluaga of East Boston.

The four were indicted on charges including cocaine distribution.

The men are alleged to have distributed cocaine on at least five occasions beginning in May.

If convicted, the men face up to 20 years in prison, and a fine of up to $1 million.


One Comment

  1. taxedout says:

    Please don’t close the Post Office, where will the citizens get thier drugs??? Nice work guys, I guess the pay and bennies isn’t what we heard Huh???

  2. Marilynn Reeves says:

    Sure hope Union does not try to help these low life’s.

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