John Thibedeau of Waltham was involved in a cocaine dealing operation with two postal workers at the Union Square Post Office.
John Thibedeau, 48, of Waltham, was sentenced Thursday to 12 months in prison and three years of supervised release for his involvement in a cocaine dealing operation that involved two postal workers at Somerville's Union Square Post Office, according to the District of Massachusetts United States Attorney's Office. Perviously, Gerard Harrington and Sean Williamson, the postal workers, both pleaded guilty to dealing cocaine. Harrington was sentenced to eight months committed and eight months of home confinement with electronic monitoring, according to the announcement. Williamson awaits sentencing. A fourth man, William Zuluaga, also pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 24 months in prison. The men were charged with making a series of …
John Thibedeau is the fourth man to plead guilty in a case involving postal workers at the Union Square Post Office dealing cocaine.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, April 23, 2012
Editor's note: The following is from the United States Attorney's office in Boston. Find more here and here: Boston - A Somerville man pleaded guilty in federal court today to charges stemming from his involvement in a drug conspiracy. John Thibedeau, 48, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and four counts of possession with intent to distribute and distribution of cocaine. In September 2011, Thibedeau, along with co-conspirators Sean Williamson, William Zuluaga and Gerard Harrington, were indicted. Harrington and Williamson are former Postal Service employees who worked out of the Somerville Post Office. The prosecutor told the Court that the government’s evidence included five video and audio recordings of …