Edward Flores has been working for the U.S. Postal Service for more than 20 years, but for the last 10 months, he’s been at the center of a state investigation by the DEA for delivering meth on the job.
The surveillance was triggered by tips that Flores was selling narcotics from his residence—where he lives with his wife, who’s the postmaster of Lorena, Texas—and USPS vehicle.
During the investigation, officers caught Flores selling meth while wearing his official mailman uniform. When cops raided his home last week, they seized $17,000 worth of meth.
Flores is currently free on $10,000 bond, but faces felony narcotics charges.
Photo: McLennan County Jail