The Kenosha County District Attorney’s office dismissed a criminal charge against a Kenosha mail carrier today. Evan D. Quirk, of Salem was accused of stealing an out-going package on his route. Inside the package were two pairs of women’s underwear. The woman sells her undies on a website called “sofiagray.com.” The incident allegedly occurred on June 24, 2020.
According to the criminal complaint, the mailman later contacted the Somers woman on social media and introduced himself by name. He recited her address and where she parked. This scared her extensively. She went to court and asked Commissioner Elizabeth Pfeuffer for a restraining order. She denied it, which is something she does less than 1% of the time. The DA’s office charged Quirk with one count of “theft of mail” that carried a possible jail sentence of 9 months.
The Post Office allowed Quirk to deliver packages through the entirety of this case. He is still working for uncle Sam to this very day.
The Kenosha County Eye was told that Quirk’s mother is a supervisor at the post office but the Postmaster referred us to a PR firm who referred us to the postal inspector. No one would answer any questions.
He was ordered to pay restitution of $30, the cost of the two pairs of unmentionables. That doesn’t take into account the added value of them being used.