Former Miami Beach mail carrier charged with credit card fraud

MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - A former U.S. mail carrier was seen in bond court, Friday, for her alleged involvement in a credit card scheme.

Investigators said 28-year-old Nasheria James and her boyfriend, 29-year-old James Macklin, were caught on camera, April 29, using stolen credit cards at a Wal-Mart, located at 17650 NW 2nd Ave., in Miami Gardens.

According to an arrest affidavit, she was working alongside her boyfriend, who was also arrested but has since bonded out.

During the investigation, she disclosed that she took multiple letters with credit cards inside them and provided them to Macklin. She said she did this about ten times, however, did not know what Macklin did with them.

On Friday, she was seen in bond court where she was given pre-trial release.

She has been charged with organized scheme to defraud, unlawful possession of a stolen credit or debit card and unlawful possession of five or more identities.

James was employed with the U.S. Postal Service as a city carrier assistant since May 2014, but as of Thursday, she is no longer employed. She worked out of the Normandy Post Office station in Miami Beach.

The incident is being investigated by Miami Beach Police.

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