Prevention Of Mail Theft
The bill criminalizes taking, holding, concealing, or destroying mail addressed to another person with the intent to defraud any person or deprive the person to whom the mail was addressed of the mail. The bill defines mail as a letter, postal card, package, bag, or any other article or thing contained therein, or other sealed article addressed to a person. A first violation is an unclassified misdemeanor and a second or subsequent violation is an unclassified felony.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)