Forsyth County trio arrested for stealing mail



CUMMING, Ga. — Deputies arrested three people for stealing mail, according to a Forsyth County Sheriff’s incident report.

Nathaniel Kennedy, 22, Stephanie Garmin, 28 and Michael Mulligan, 36, were all arrested for one count of theft by taking, criminal trespass and party to a crime. All three charges are misdemeanors.

At 11:45 a.m. March 15, a woman in the 3700 block of Agard Street told deputies she saw a silver Dodge sport utility vehicle pull into her driveway and then back out and drive away.

A few minutes later, the woman said a FedEx truck delivered a package to her home. As the FedEx truck drove away, the Dodge SUV returned to her driveway and a man jumped out of the car and grabbed the package.

The man then ran back to the car and the SUV fled the scene.

Deputies were able to use the tag number the victim supplied to find the suspects at their residence.

When deputies pulled up to the home, Mulligan was getting out of the Dodge Journey. Mulligan told deputies he had just returned from running errands.

Deputies approached the residence and were greeted by Garmin who said she didn’t know anything about the mail theft.

The deputies then saw in plain sight a FedEx package beside a trash can in the driveway. The address on the package belonged to the victim.

Mulligan and Garmin were arrested and transported to the Forsyth County Detention Center. Kennedy was later arrested and transported when he allegedly admitted taking mail from another residence.

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