John Bu, 38, was busted Thursday and charged with possessing stolen mail, which carries a maximum sentence of five years behind bars.
Neither snow, nor rain, nor hail could stop a Brooklyn postal supervisor from hawking valuable baseball, basketball and football cards taken from the mail, prosecutors claim.
John Bu, 38, was arrested Thursday and charged with possessing stolen mail, which carries a top sentence of five years in prison.
Bu appeared in White Plains Federal Court. He made thousands selling the cards last year at a sports memorabilia store, prosecutors say. The collectibles included Mickey Mantle, Larry Bird and Jerry Rice cards. Efforts to reach Bu were not immediately successful.